- Rapper AKA is among the many South Africans who are frustrated with the current government and their many corruption scandals
- The musician recently heard about the R300 million which has mysteriously disappeared from the Department of Arts and Culture
- Instead of reacting in anger, AKA simply laughed off the nonsense and said he was choosing to focus on his child rather
The South African government and the ongoing corruption scandals have left many feeling frustrated.
AKA recently took to social media to share that he was no longer going to bother himself with government drama and rather focus on raising his daughter, Kairo Forbes.
He posted a picture of his daughter eating pizza along with the caption:
“Forget about the government and just take care of these guys okay.”
Other social media users also shared pictures of their kids and agreed that taking care of them was the only thing that mattered. Twitter user platinumnatique said:
“A True Blessing These Little Ones.”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA took to social media to comment on Burna Boy's historic Grammy Awards win. Supa Mega and the Nigerian star did not see eye-to-eye during Mzansi's alleged xenophobic attacks a few years back.
The drama between the two musos began when Burna Boy spoke out on xenophobia and then warned AKA to watch his back.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker took to Twitter recently to react to the African Giant's epic win during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, 14 March. AKA reacted to a tweep who told about Burna's good news:
"That’s crazy man. I always knew that guy was something special. What a King. Just because I decided to defend my country doesn’t mean I can't appreciate his greatness."
Tweeps took to the rapper's comment section and shared mixed reactions to his tweet. Check out some of the comments below:
"AKA doesn't give a damn where Burna is today, he featured him first here in SA, and most people know Burna through AKA la (here), so if he needs to be put in place, AKA will do it free of charge."
"There's nothing weak about congratulating a fellow artist. You guy's must just stop with this negative vibes."
"Burna must still apologize to South Africans for the false allegations and to AKA for the unnecessary threats."
"Furthermore if it wasn't for your features Burna wouldn't have blown up like this. You made him Mega."
"I don't even understand why some people hate you, nice response... I bet they didn't expect that."
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