- AKA took to social media recently and retweeted a doctored pic of him and Cassper Nyovest as women
- Supa Mega hilariously shared that he looks hotter than Mufasa in the photoshopped snap
- Both the stars' fans shared mixed reactions to the funny snaps of their faves
AKA took to social media recently to react to a hilarious photoshopped collage of himself and Cassper Nyovest looking like women.
In the doctored pic, the two arch-rivals are rocking make-up, have long hair and wearing lipstick.
Supa Mega took to Twitter on Thursday, 4 March to share his thoughts on the snap. He wrote:
"I’m definitely the hotter one... what you rate?"
The rapper's fans took to his comment section to share their opinions on the funny pic. Check out some of their comments below:
"Cass be looking like Mama Jack."
"But Mama Jack is the richer one, what you rate?"
"No cap, AKA female is hot... Pretty like a foreign chick."
"As for Mama Jack, you got me on the floor."
"Mega looks like the woman Brad Pitt would marry."
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.
Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has hired professional actors to star in his upcoming music video for his track titled Finessin'. Supa Mega recently been using his social media platforms to share behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot.
According to entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, Mega has cast Thembinkosi Mthembu and Lorraine Moropa for leading roles in the music video.
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