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Twitter divided as AKA asks Burna Boy to apologise before visiting South Africa


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South African rapper, AKA worldwide, has asked Nigerian singer Burna Boy to tender an apology to the country before his visit for the anti-xenophobic concert.

The concert tagged “Africans Unite” is expected to hold on Sunday, 24 November 2019 at Time Square Casino, Pretoria, South Africa.

WuzupNigeria reports that in the wake of xenophobic attacks in September, Burna Boy had said he would not visit South Africa unless the government resolves the issue.

He also had a face-off with AKA, threatening to go physical against him whenever their paths cross.

Following reports that he would be visiting the country for the Africans Unite concert, some South African musicians and event organisers have rejected his inclusion while others have asked him to apologise for his outburst before visiting their country.

AKA took to his Twitter page on Thursday and wrote:

AKA’s demand has sparked another Twitter war between Nigerians and South Africans.

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While Nigerians on social media backed Burna Boy and said South Africa should apologise to Africa for the xenophobic attacks, South Africans pithed their tent behind their star AKA and also asked Burna to apologise before his visit.


See some of the reactions: