“Black Is King my a$s” Says AKA As He Pays Respect To Zimbabwe. While most people are caught up in the Gigaba scandal and the Beyonce film, a few are more concerned about the ongoing struggles in Zimbabwe. One of those people is the one and only Supa Mega.
AKA has always expressed his love for African fellas, even during his feud with the Nigerians he often preached One African Love. From Namibia, Mozambique to Botswana Mega gained quite a number iffans in the entire continent. In fact last year he won PAC award, for.
The Fela In Versace star shared his heartfelt support to Zimbabwe then dismissed the notion of Black Is King from a recently released Beyonce film was being fake.
“Imagine your fellow Africans too busy focused on #BLM happening 15 000 kms away to care about those very same black lives NEXT DOOR. Black is King my ass. Stay Strong ZIMBABWE,” wrote the 32 year-old.
“The aftermath of a crisis in Zimbabwe is a crisis for South Africa in many ways. Our own government should be looking at it that way.”
Recent events in Zimbabwe involve Hopewell Chin’ono, a Harvard trained investigative journalist, was arrested at his home on Monday 20 July and accused of inciting public violence for reporting on calls by Jacob Ngarivhume, an opposition politician, for a nationwide protest. This protest was scheduled for Friday 31 July and themed as a “national protest against corruption and political challenges”. Ngarivhume himself was also arrested on similar charges.
The situation have worsened to a point here innocents are being treated brutally the police officials.
AKA amongst other rappers reacted to the devasting news of what the country is going through.