South African rapper, AKA ditches his defence and called for Nigerians and South Africans to embrace peace amidst the xenophobic attacks.
Finally, AKA understands that his fierce and beef against Nigerians will not bear any fruit or achieve a positive result. He took to his Twitter page to beg Nigerians to stop dragging him on twitter.
This is coming just after the South African rapper was dragged online by Nigerians, especially celebrities such as Vector, Burna Boy, Ycee, Perruzi, Skales, who warned him on his insensitive comments regarding the xenophobic attacks.
Taking to Twitter this morning, AKA wrote:
‘PLEASE!!! Can we STOP. We are going to make things worse for everybody on both sides. We need each other! … please. Can we stop. We are supposed to be leading our people.’
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