- A Reece had Mzansi social media users scratching their heads after they saw one of his interviews online
- South Africans are wondering why A-Reece has such a strong American accent even though he's from SA
- A number of people commented on the video, with many asking themselves how it is possible
Mzansi rapper A-Reece recently had an interview with Slikour and fans were confused about his accent. It seems as though A-Reece has picked up an American accent and fans are beginning to ask why he speaks in this manner.
A Twitter user @Peakanythingjay posted a video of the interview and Mzansi social media users began to react to the video.
People in South Africa have different accents but some social media users are still floored at how A-Reece manages to have an American accent whilst living in Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions to the video from Twitter. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"This is the first time I’m hearing this man talk and I don't know how I thought he sounded but it wasn’t like this."
"I couldn't even watch it for 10 seconds mayne dayme."
"SA rappers are colonised by the American accent."
"Does he speak like this or is he in some sort of character."
"This man got a collab with Billy Ray Cyrus that we don't know about."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that A-Reece bagged his first number one on the Apple Music's All Genres chart. A-Reece took to social media recently to share that he has bagged his first number 1 on Apple Music.
The star topped Apple Music's All Genres chart with his new song, The Five Year Plan. He features Wordz on the dope track. The excited rapper took to Twitter on 23 January and shared a screenshot from the music streaming service.
He beat international superstars such as Justin Bieber, The Weeknd and Tiesto, among others. The musician captioned his post:
"First time for everything."
A-Reece is expected to drop more music in March. The star promised his loyal fans a mixtape before he drops the highly-anticipated Paradise 2 album.
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