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Did AKA Just Get A Shoutout From US Singer Tinashe

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US singer Tinashe tweeted a line from her song No Drama that had some thinking she was talking about Mzansi rapper AKA.

Tinashe tweeted “AKA a pop star, AKA a problem” which had most wondering if she is talking about Supa Mega or someone else in her tweet, resulting in her post being filled with comments about the South African award-winning rapper.

Some tweeps commented and let know that the US singer was simply tweeting a line from her 2018 son No Drama which features Offset and despite the clarification, Mzansi tweeps were not about to let the tweet slide.

Supa Mega also caught wind of Tinashe’s tweet and retweeted it and said “That’s what I BEEN saying” and he actually has been, in the lyrics of his 2011 smash hit AKA references himself as being a problem.

The rapper is even also considering sampling Tinashe’s song No Drama, he is after all the sample king.

Do you think Tinashe even knows who AKA is?

In Other Stories…AKA Teases New Album Cover “Release The Python”

AKA despite facing social media trolls in defense of little Kairo earlier last week is showcasing his ability to stay on top of the trends list and have social media fans raving about him. Yet again he has Tweeps glued to his page eagerly anticipating the release of the python. The star shared an artwork today via his social media pages entitled, “Release The Python” and now the country eagerly awaits further news on what this could mean.

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Perhaps the artwork indicates a new single or album in the pipeline or soon release? Whatever, “Release The Python” is, Mzansi is surely mesmerized by the artwork that fans have labeled the picture, “Provocative”. Without knowing what “Release. The. Python” could mean Tweeps and Instafans eagerly await the sting as any hit produced by the legendary AKA surely spreads like infectious poison. While his, “Energy” is raising especially on social media, AKA ought to be praised for the latest singles he has dropped.

Following the recent news of having shot, “Cross My Heart”, fans anticipate something even bigger sneaking into AKA’s world. Could the snake be stinging directly back at comments that hinted at Boity being a better rapper than AKA? We have to praise AKA for gracing the rap scene for ten years now and we have to admire how when AKA Tweets, peeps respond.