AKA’s tweet got controversial, as reactions to his words were of two sides and it triggered hate between followers. While some supported his words, others celebrated Burna Boy.
There was rift between the two stars since the xenophobia attack occurred some months ago, as Burna Boy’s tweets back then attracted lots of critics on him, which includes AKA.
Supa Mega tweeted to the Nigerian singer as regards his latest cancellation: “Cancel my people, cancel your visa.”
Reactions to the tweet be like:
Guy let it go . Are you truly obsessed with burna ?
— big poppa 🇳🇬 (@bolaji_og) December 20, 2019
Good thing we dont have “artiste” hey, shuu🙄🙄🙄
— TRIGGA-MAZING (@RealTrigger101) December 20, 2019
Linked pictures of South Africans dealing with Burna Boy pic.twitter.com/NnyfahH29W
— JUJU_MAN (@TDMarhwa) December 20, 2019
Burna Boy was supposed to come to SA to perform 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/bR2uTTIm5H
— Mosotho 💚💛🖤 (@tebu_M23) December 20, 2019
You’re now pumping it😂Trying to fuel something🙈😂😂😂
— Amanda Dollars💲💎 (@amanda_mbangeni) December 20, 2019
In other news – Zozibini Tunzi & Miss World SA Sasha-Lee Olivier join hands to Fight beauty stereotypes
While Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has been celebrated for championing natural beauty, Miss World SA Sasha-Lee Olivier has been encouraging women to love their curves. Earlier this year, Olivier made history as one of the first “plus-sized” models to make it into the Miss SA pageant’s top 16.
At the time a fierce debate raged on social media as to whether the Joburg-born beauty, who is a size 36, was actually voluptuous enough to warrant the label – to which she responded. continue reading