Rapper says he is more respected in Nigeria than in South Africa

The award winning rapper who is in Nigeria as part of his tour of West Africa said the press in South Africa focuses more on his activities online rather than his achievements and successes.

AKA

In a new batch of Twitter rants, AKA has expressed his displeasure concerning the South Africa media and its negative coverage of him.

The award winning rapper who is in Nigeria as part of his tour of West Africa said the press in South Africa focuses more on his activities online rather than his achievements and successes.

"Media isn't interested in reporting about my tour, or my successes or my triumphs, they are more interested in "What will AKA tweet today'" tweeted the top South African rapper.

He also tweeted that he gets more respect in Nigeria than his own country. "I feel more respected and welcomed in Nigeria than I do in South Africa. And that's the sad truth."

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