- AKA has shared that politician Fikile Mbalula is one of the good leaders in Mzansi
- AKA shared that he likes the Transport Minister because citizens can interact with him on social media
- Tweeps shared mixed views to AKA's post with many asking what had Mbalula done for the country
AKA has shared why he thinks flamboyant politician Fikile Mbalula is a good leader. The rapper took to social media recently and told his fans that the Transport minister is one of the best leaders Mzansi has ever had.
Supa Mega was tweeting about the recent presidential election in Uganda when Mbalula popped up on his timeline. AKA had tweeted that "Africa is shackled by old leaders with old ideas in countries filled with young people". He then asked which African country is the next domino to fall. Mbalula then responded:
"South Africa is not a dictatorship."
Other tweeps joined the conversation and asked what has Mbalula done for the country. Mega then praised the ANC member for being one of the best politicians in Mzansi. AKA wrote:
"My view on Mbalula is that he is one of the best leaders we’ve ever had."
Tweep @DaTakeOver1 argued that Mbalula is vocal leader but cannot he could not rate him in terms of his overall performance at his job.
"Mbalula is very energetic and he makes sure you know his in charge of what ever position his on a very vocal leader but I can't say his numbers are good or bad in terms of his overall performance at his job."
The Fela In Versace hitmaker then replied:
"What I like most about him is that he is one of the few people in positions of power that you can actually interact with on social media."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has explained why he can't interview up and coming artists on The Braai Show. The rapper-turned-TV presenter took to social media a few days ago to explain to a fan why he only interviews famous people.
A fan who watched the show for the first time recently had asked Supa Mega why he doesn't interview upcoming businesses and artists. The Fela In Versace hitmaker replied to the tweep:
"That would be great if perhaps we had more time on the show. Unfortunately right now all we have is 30 minutes an episode. So we have to use already-established personalities because ultimately people want to watch me interview FAMOUS people."
The star has interviewed famous people such as Robert Marawa, Sjava and Fikile Mbalula, among others on the show.
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