While you were sleeping, AKA was up all night tweeting away his opinions on this and that.No surprise here, considering he always has a lot to say! But Mega dropped a bombshell on us when he revealed plans to fight his long-term music rival Cassper Nyovest in the ring!
AKA has always been big on wrestling and the WWE, and according to him, the rappers are set to have an epic showdown with a boxing match due to take place later this year. He tweeted; “The truth is … the reason the guy has stepped up his social media assault on me is that we are negotiating a contract with EFC for us to have a boxing match in Sep. there. You heard it first from me.
The Don’t Forget To Pray rapper teased details of the fight online, which he claimed was organised by the Extreme Fighters Championship (EFC) and Supersport, planned to take place in September 2020. The only thing stopping the fight – which AKA claims will earn them a couple of mils each – is the fact that Cass has yet to sign the contract.
AKA then proceeded to trash-talk his rival into signing the contract so that he could “f*** him up in front of his family”. Calling him “short pan”, “stubby” and “p**** boy”, AKA even posted a video of himself training for the big day!
He even shared a screenshot of a DM he sent Cass where he warned him to not “chicken out”. I’m going to f****** kill you in that ring…sign the papers and shut your mouth”, he wrote. We’re shooketh and have so many questions right now! But what we really want to know is – will Cassper sign the papers and agree to fight AKA?
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