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Rapper AKA demands apology from Burna Boy As He Set To Perform In South Africa

South Africans have come hard on Nigeria/International afro-pop star, Burna Boy as he set to perform in their country.

This is coming months after the pop-star lambasted South African government for not taking proper measures to quell the menace of the xenophobic attacks in S. Africa.

Burna Boy during the xenophobic, which led to lost of lives said he has not set foot in South Africa since 2017 and will not go to SA until the government do something about the attacks.

However, in his recent post, Burna Boy who has been tagged as “African Giant” had revealed that he will be performing in South Africa on 24th of November 2019, in a show tagged; “Africans Unite Concert”.

Reacting to Burna Boy post, South Africans flooded his timeline, reminding him of what he said and how he lambasted their country during the Xenophobic attack.

@burnaboy We will Never Forget when you Insulted  @akaworldwide And our Country SA 🇿🇦 ….Please don’t even bother coming to SA.  @burnaboy We don’t need you here

@MaandaSpha1 wrote; Go unite Africa somewhere else, not in mzansi

@moshibudi_ wrote; Next time please don’t assume that we are all xenophobic especially with social media clout your people were chasing. It was extremely unacceptable with fake media from previous events that you spoke out of character. Please allow your people to get their facts right, be informed

Joining the queue, South African rapper, AKA demand Burna Boy to apologies over his statement.

He wrote; “Ek se … @burnaboy all we want is an apology. We know 🇿🇦 is not perfect. But we took you in as our own before you reached these levels. You say you are an AFRICAN GIANT, prove it.

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