AKA, a Grammy-winning South African rap mogul, and Burna Boy, a big artist from Nigeria, have now patched things up and put an end to their feud. We have made the decision to present you all the information you could have missed previously regarding the Beef following a brief interview with a few South African music artist portals. Please read the following information carefully.
After South Africa fell to Nigeria at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt in July 2019, the rapper tweeted in a rage. When Nigerian musician YCee used the tweets as a club to bash AKA with, the tweets came home to roost. Although YCee later walked back his remarks, yesterday he seemed to charge AKA with xenophobia.
But before that, everything was OK between the two. Burna Boy became well-known after his debut album, L.I.F.E, was released in 2013 on Aristokrat Records. In 2014, he continued to make waves with hits like “Don Gorgon,” and South Africa developed a fascination with him.
Rapper AKA was one of the first individuals to accept him. They became one for a split second. Nigerians joked for a while that Burna Boy had changed his race to South African.
He claimed, “I just don’t like people talking sh*t about my nation. It was never about anything personal. “It’s that simple, you know, people were talking about how they were killing our people in South Africa, people like Tiwa Savage and other individuals, it was bullsh*t, it was a cap,” the SA rap star said.
Taking some South African music artists’ documentaries, the rapper AKA further revealed that they are not on talking terms but he is a fan of the Grammy award winner, as he listens to some of his songs
We hadn’t talked in a while before to that, too, but he continued, “I find it quite strange that artists are supposed to be closest friends. “Congratulations, and best of luck to him. We don’t have to be besties, Grammy winner, incredible, great music, that’s cool dude. I’m just a fan of Burna Boy. Even though I may not be his current fan, it’s wonderful that I can still be one.
The fact that Supa Mega seems unconcerned about Cassper Nyovest indicates that this is a time of peace-making, despite the fact that Cassper just admitted that he and AKA are still at odds and that only a boxing battle can end their feud.
South Africa was startled by Burna Boy.
Burna Boy has performed all over the world, closing out concerts and festivals, just like other West African and Nigerian celebrities. He has now accomplished the same astounding achievement in Mzansi by filling the Delicious Festival 2022 feast, which was organized by DStv.
There is no doubting that the majority of Burna Boy’s followers reside in South Africa, despite the fact that he may not have had a positive relationship with the country or its people. The famous performer provided his greatest performance by performing several of his biggest songs, including All Eyes on Me, a collaborative single he produced with AKA about six years ago. He also confirmed that he has resolved all issues with AKA, demonstrating his genuine love for the nation.