AKA Reveals He Visited Church After Months Of Absence In The Midst Of The Burna Boy Situation. At this point it wouldn’t be so bad to conclude that AKA has had his share of beefs with a number of people in less than three months.
Supa Mega is a highly opinionated person who is never afraid to share his views regarding most things. Unfortunately for him, one of such views evoked the kind of attitude from other people that led to major issues.
Around June AKA tweeted that he hates how South Africa constantly loses to Nigeria. The tweet was only given much attention in September when xenophobic behaviours once more took place. Burna Boy is one of the people who replied to the tweet by writing how he will never set foot in SA, how it has a great amount of xenophobic people and how would whoop AKA when he sees him.
When it was announced that Burna will headline the Africans Unite Concert, the matter resumed. South Africans demanded an apology which the BET award winning singer wasn’t willing to provide but preached Unity.
The likes of Julius Malema and many others went off at AKA who was blue ticked by Burna when he called him for peace. Mega was on the side of people who felt the African Giant must apologize, when the apology didn’t come and the sponsors of the show went mum on the matter. The Jika rapper felt defeated, to a point where he made a decision to never get involved in politics. Meaning goodbye to ANC.
“One thing that has been particularly worrying is the silence from my own leadership,” he said, “especially the department of arts and culture. It truly is up to us, the people, to solve our own problems. I have not been led, I have been left to lead.”
After a week of all that chaos, Bhova decided to visit a church. It has been months since he stepped his foot there as he said.
“Went to church ⛪️ this morning for the 1st time in a few months now. Feeling much much better. Have a blessed Sunday. Try and keep happiness and calmness in your heart ❤️ …”