Rap star AKA called out other mzansi celebrities over their outrage on the xenophobia attack.
The past one week has been full of tense on the streets of SA due to the xenophobia attack which has triggered rifts between celebrities in SA and Nigeria.
AKA was one of the celebs bashed for his tweets, which also caused a clash between himself and Nigerian star singer, Burna Boy.
According to EWN, Police Minister Bheki Cele said on Tuesday that only 12 people had died in the violence . However, he said that this number could change once investigations into their deaths were concluded.
Reading about the death update which revealed that those dead were majorly South Africans, AKA believed mzansi celebs were duped into thinking we were the mass murdering foreigners.
“10 South Africans dead in last two weeks violence … zero Nigerians. Twitter made you turn on your own country. Sies,” AKA tweeted.
Even South African celebrities were duped into thinking we were mass murdering foreigners. I wonder if they will now turn around and send condolences for their own dead countrymen and women. https://t.co/JdFyGRPa8I
— AKA (@akaworldwide) September 11, 2019HOT !!!: DOWNLOAD: Kcee X Mr Lile - Odoyewu
#MapisaNqakula We reinstate that these were mostly acts of criminality irrespective of the nationalities of those involved. The majority of those who died during this period were South African nationals. #ViolenceInSA
— ANC Parliament (@ANCParliament) September 10, 2019
We condemn any violence in our country, especially to our fellow African brothers and sisters. However, we must be careful with social media. Offically: 12 people have been killed in the recent Xenophobic attacks. 10 of them South African. 2 foreign nationals.
— AKA (@akaworldwide) September 11, 2019
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