“It’s f*** AKA from now on” – Burna Boy Reacts To AKA’s “Xenophobic” comments

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The Xenophobic attacks that took place in the country have prompted more negative backlash from Nigerian musicians.

The “African Giant” singer, Burna Boy also joined the conversation around the Xenephobic attacks against foreign nationals taking place in South Africa. The singer who has previously collaborated with AKA on hit singles like “All Eyes On Me” & “Baddest” expressed his feelings on the matter in a series of tweets.

On one of the Tweets, Burna seemingly cancels AKA after seeing the comments he made following South Africa losing to Nigeria during the Nations Cup. While on his Twitter rant, Burna Boy also pledged with MI Abaga to not throw his respect out the window.

AKA’s comments:

 

 

Mi Abaga replied to Burna’s plea advocating for “One Africa” and also added that the Supa Mega’s comments were taken out of context.

https://twitter.com/MI_Abaga/status/1168961533189283842?s=19

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