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#XenophobicAttacks: Nigeria’s Burna Boy, YCee, Perruzi and Vector come at South African rapper AKA

#XenophobicAttacks: Nigeria's YCee, Perruzi and Vector come at South African rapper AKA
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#XenophobicAttacks: Nigeria’s Burna Boy, YCee, Perruzi and Vector come at South African rapper AKA

Some Nigerian artistes are unimpressed with the manner at which South African rapper, AKA has been reacting to the news on the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other foreign nationals in his country. 

Nigerian rapper, Ycee and South African hip pop star, AKA went at each other on Twitter over the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.

During the exchange between the pair, Ycee shared old tweets of AKA reacting angrily after Nigeria knocked out South Africa from the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.


While replying a Nigerian Twitter user who challenged him over the attacks, AKA replied: ‘Cancel us then. We’ll stay here in Sandton and suffer.’

His comment attracted a response from Nigerian rapper, Vector and singer Perruzi, who told him to “STFU” (shut the f**k up)…

 

#XenophobicAttacks: Nigeria’s Y Cee, Perruzi and Vector come at South Africa rapper AKA

However Nigerian rapper M.I came to his defend AKA

 

Although Burna Boy came back and hit harder at AKA and M.Ifor defending him

Other Nigerian celebrities have been speaking against the attacks.

#XenophobicAttacks: Banky W, Mr Eazi, Ini Edo and other celebrities react to attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

 

Jacqueline Johnson Quaye, known professionally as 'JQ', is a Ghanaian entertainment show host, journalist, and reporter.

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