- AKA is preparing for The Braai Show finale with Nadia Nakai on Thursday night
- AKA took to Twitter and shared a snippet of The Braai Show finale with rapper Nadia Nakai
- AKA's fans said even Cassper Nyovest would watch the show because Nadia is signed under his record label
AKA took to social media recently to announce that he will be hosting rapper Nadia Nakai in the final episode of The Braai Show. The rapper-turned-TV presenter took to Twitter late on Wednesday, 3 February to share with his fans that the show will air its season finale on Thursday, 4 February.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker has so far interviewed famous Mzansi people like Sjava, Fikile Mbalula, Prince Kaybee and Melusi Gigaba, among others, on the first season of the SABC 1 show. The star shared the snippet of the last episode on his timeline and captioned it:
"It’s #TheBraaiShowWithAKA FINALE with BRAGGA tomorrow night ya heard!!! Tune in at 19:30 SABC 1 and witness greatness!!!”
In the snippet, Supa Mega hilariously asks Nadia Nakai if she's allowed to make a song with him since she's signed to Cassper Nyovest's Family Tree record label. Many tweeps shared that they'll be watching the show to see how Nadia responds to some of the questions from his boss' music rival.
"Cass is definitely going to watch this episode."
"Nadia is so pretty."
"Eishhhhhh yeah neeeeh, you got me bafanas... tomorrow it is then."
"It is what it is Boss... He got us all."
"Somebody tell that person whose name starts with the "C" word to Watch the Show. My Fave Is Closing Off with a banger show tonight."
"You see what am talking bout baby... That's how you close a show."
In related 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 on Twitter 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 30mins an episode. So we have to use already established personalities because ultimately people want to watch me interview FAMOUS people."
AKA's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his response to the tweep. Tweep @MsweliTeddy said:
"It actually a good idea a well known celeb interviewing newcomers but for a different show maybe, am not saying it can’t be done at AKA’s show though."
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