AKA replacement doesn’t show up at music festival in Swaziland

2016-07-12 11:31
AKA (Photo credit: Screencap, Instagram/akaworldwi
AKA (Photo credit: Screencap, Instagram/akaworldwide)

Cape Town – Twitter-loving rapper, AKA recently found himself in hot water with Hipnotik Music Festival organisers, Swazi Jive, when he tweeted out a demand about his logo's appearance on a poster advertising the event. 

Swazi Jive founder (according to his Facebook bio) Sakhile Nkambule did not take kindly to AKA’s comments and posted a message in which he said:

“AKA was dropped from the festival line up due to him attempting to breach the festival contract. After his disrespectful tweets on the 1st of July 2016 he then went and demanded a number of things outside of his contract. Out of respect for our nation, the festival and the Swazi Jive team, I decided it was best to do without an artist that has no interest in performing at the festival for our loyal fans.” 

Nkambule also hinted that AKA would be replaced with a Nigerian superstar.

Here’s the full post: 

According to MTV Base, Nkambule, then released a statement saying that AKA would be replaced with Burna Boy. However, it has emerged, that the Nigerian superstar was not at the festival over the weekend but was still celebrating his birthday in London. AKA caught wind of this and posted the following messages on his Twitter. SPOILER ALERT: No one was safe from his shade attack.

Here are the tweets: