AKA dares Burna Boy as he returns to South Africa for a concert
Following planned visit to South Africa for a concert by Naija Afro-fusion artiste, Damini Ogulu well known as Burna Boy, which AKA, one of the country’s biggest rap artiste appears to be having issues with it, he dare the self-proclaimed African giant entertainer to attend his show, despite warnings and threats issued by the Burna Boy, following xenophobic attacks on Nigerians.
An online news platform, IOL News, had on Wednesday, October 23, announced that the rave making Killing Dem singer would be in South Africa for a concert, which is scheduled to hold in Mzansi.
“Burna Boy is coming to Mzansi despite his tweets on xenophobia,” it tweeted.
It didn’t take long before AKA, who had a little online altercation with Burna Boy in September during the xenophobic attacks in South Africa responded to the tweet. “I would love to attend this show and watch this man put his hands on me in my own country,” he wrote.
Burna Boy had during the thick of the xenophobia controversy, in a tweet vowed never to step foot into that country and threatened AKA over his tweets.
The Ye singer had taken to his Twitter account on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, which has been handled by his management for the last three months to ventilate his views about the raging Xenophobic attacks. Burna Boy in one of his several tweets threatened to ‘deal’ with the South African rapper when next their paths crossed.
He wrote, “And @akaworldwide I knew you were retarded but I didn’t know it had gotten this bad. Next time I see you, you better have a big security bro. On Gambos grave ur gunna need it.”
The 2019 Headies Artiste of the Year and Song of the Year winner in the same tweet took a swipe at MI Abaga. “@MI_Abaga its F*ck @akaworldwide from now on. And if you down with him, it’s F*ck you too. I respect you too much, please don’t throw my respect out the window because I swear you will fly out with it.”
The African Giant singer further narrated how he suffered a Xenophobic attack in 2017 and had since refused to return to the Nelson Mandela country.