- AKA took to social media recently to dish out free advice since it's tax season
- Supa Mega warned Mzansi citizens not to fumble the bag but pay tax before the taxman comes after them
- AKA, Black Coffee, Bonang Matheba, among others, have all been in the news for allegedly failing to pay their tax
Many people, including Mzansi celebs, have found themselves in trouble with the taxman.
Celebs such as Cassper Nyovest, Bonang Matheba, AKA and Black Coffee have all made newspaper headlines for owing SARS millions of rand.
Supa Mega took to Twitter recently to dish out free advice now that the tax season is upon Mzansi. The rapper warned on Wednesday, 3 March:
"It’s tax season y'all!! Make sure you don’t fumble the bag… Stay out of those Sunday papers ya heard."
SAHipHopMag reports that back in 2017, there were reports that Mega allegedly owed the South African Revenue Service (Sars) R355 676.98.
The publication said SARS was reportedly permitted to attach assets belonging to the muso at the Johannesburg High Court after failing to settle a massive unpaid income tax bill. The Fela In Versace rapper dismissed those allegations.
Social media users took to the musician's comment section and shared mixed thoughts to his warning. Check out some of their comments below:
"Why do I feel like this tweet is dedicated to Queen B..."
"Financial year end."
"We remember when you owed them millions."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has dropped the behind-the-scenes footage of his Finessin' music video. Supa Mega took to Twitter on Monday, 1 March and shared a YouTube link to the behind-the-scenes footage detailing how the video was shot.
The Fela in Versace hitmaker wrote:
"Check it out."
In the new music video, Mega acts as a mechanic who is also a part-time racer. The star shared that he enjoys acting in his music videos.
The music video's co-director Lindo Langa expressed that they were inspired by the Fast & Furious film series. The star's fans praised their fave for doing a good job in the video.
"It's the crew for me."
"Great work Mega."
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