SA Hip Hop Comes To AKA’s defence against Nigerian artists Burna Boy, Ice Prince & YCEE


While the uproar between Nigeria and South Africa prevails due to the xenophobic attacks, musicans from both countries joined the conversation to share their perspectives.

While YCEE & Burna Boy have slammed AKA for making “xenephobic” comments, another Nigerian artist, Ice Prince weighed his thoughts on the issue by requesting the Supa Mega to “Apologize Immidiately”.

AKA’s comments which he made back in July after SA lost to Nigeria in the Nations Cup are the reason for the uproar and boycott against the “Jika” hit-marker by Nigerian musicians.

While this has been unfolding, local rappers like Reason, Maraza, Rouge, JR, L-Tido and more defended the Mega saying his comments are being taken out of context.



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