- Manaka Ranaka has reacted to musician William Last KRM's emotional music video
- The Generations: The Legacy actress took to Instagram to show love to the comedian and rapper
- Manaka said the star's How It Feels music video made her cry when she watched it on Monday morning
Manaka Ranaka has taken to social media to react to comedian William Last KRM's emotional music video.
The Generations: The Legacy actress took to Instagram recently and shared a clip of William and his music director, Director Mo. The pair were watching William's latest music video for his track titled How It Feels. In the clip, William could not hold his tears back and ends up leaving the room to get some fresh air.
Manaka shared that William made her cry so early on Monday morning, 29 March. The music video's storyline is relatable and intriguing. Manaka captioned her post:
"Wow, @williamlast_krm how dare you to make me cry so early in the morning. Ke ya go VUMA dawg. Many will relate to #HowItFeels most of us know what its like. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this offering bro. We're right behind you. We love you and your daughter, daddy. Lovely work @directormo_ the best I've seen."
Manaka's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on the clip. Check out some of their comments below:
"He features @dato_seiko - a beautiful soul as well."
"@williamlast_krm @dato_seiko y'all did well."
"@manakaranaka You just made me watch the music video on YouTube, ka nako ya mmereko. Let's get the video to a million views guys."
"Damn just watched the video on YouTube and came back to this one, can't stop but cry, so emotional and authentic @williamlast_krm . Thanks @manakaranaka."
"Woow, now this is real stuff, if you've suffered before you will understand, big up @williamlast_krm love your work, God bless you and your daughter."
The Botswana rapper recently dropped his 14-track album and a music video for his song titled Tinto. The American rapper took to Twitter recently and shared a snippet of William's Tinto music video and captioned it with a fire emoji. William shared a screenshot of MC Hammer's post on Instagram. The musician and comedian wrote:
"First it was @chrisbrownofficial now its MC Hammer!!!! @directormo_ look at what we did bro. What A Year!!!!"
The music video had reached more that 700 000 views on YouTube, at the time. The star's album, featuring South African rapper Khuli Chana, is named after his daughter, Amara Willian. Social media users took to William's comment section to share their thoughts on MC Hammer's post.
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