AKA Addresses Broken Relationships With Nigerian Artists

The beef with Burna Boy has burned a lot of bridges for the rapper

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:48 PM  | AKA 

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AKA's public fallout with Burna Boy has 'burned' a lot of bridges between him and other Nigerian artists.

Supa Mega has been praised for embracing other African sounds in his music for many years. Because of that, he influenced the South African Hip/Hop scene which saw many other SA artists fusing those African sounds with their music.

The rapper's football tweets were taken out of context & that is what started the drama. AKA was accused of adding fuel to the fire when it came to the xenophobic attacks in the country against Nigerian citizens.

The F.R.E.E hitmaker's fans have been urging him to make amends with the artists he was once friends with, for peace's sake. To make things even more sentimental, a fan posted a long message accompanied with a picture of him and Davido hugging it out.

Supa Mega reflected on those memories he created in Lagos with the artists and reckoned that it all went down the drain 'over some bull.'

Engaging in the conversation, a fan wrote: "But y'all have your own beef, handle that privately, you were once friends so whatever went wrong is between the two of you,I stan both of you,this is disappointing."

Bhova replied: "Yeah when I think of it properly, it’s really lame."

Tweeps were confused because last month when Burna was booked to perform in SA, he was leading the pack of people who did not want him to set foot in the country without apologising first.

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