AKA has reacted to Burna Boy’s tweet
in which he stated he is still coming to South Africa to perform in spite of an online campaign he (AKA) led demanding an apology from the Nigerian singer over his comment during the xenophobic attacks in the country.
The South African rapper who also took a swipe at South African political leader and lawmaker Julius Malema, told his countrymen not to allow politicians hijack the campaign in which they are demanding an apology from Burna Boy.
When accused of leading the campaign for his personal agenda, AKA claimed his stand is against spread of false information, fake videos and fake news. He tweeted;