- AKA posted a snap on social media where he was showing off his beautiful bouncing afro
- The rapper has been growing his hair for quite some time now and took to Instagram to show off how long it has gotten
- AKA's fans commented with their thoughts on AKA's mane and many users found his hair quite nice
Mzansi rapper AKA has been growing his afro for a while now and he's showing off his progress. The rapper took to social media to show how much his hair has grown over the last few months.
AKA captioned the snap and added crown emojis at the end:
"Heavy is the crown."
AKA usually used to keep his hair short but over the last year or so, he decided to let his mane grow some more. He's even been sporting some cool hairstyles, like ponytails.
It's not very common for South African men to grow their hair but over the years, some have decided to take better care of their hair and see where the journey takes them. AKA is one of them.
AKA's fans and other Mzansi social media users commented with their thoughts on AKA's do. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"Cut that hair before you start looking like my crush from next door."
"Same hair my guy. What products are you using?"
"Heavy is the head that wears the crown."
"You look just like Kairo."
"No, man, this hair is so cute."
In other AKA news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA prepped for The Braai Show finale with Nadia Nakai and fans reacted. 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.
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