“The first of many! Part of the proceeds will be donated to the victims of Xenophobic attacks by me! I really hope we can all keep contributing in our own way to make the world a better and safer place for each other. #Africansunite , it’s bigger than all of us,” he tweeted.
Mzansi protest against the singer’s coming to SA to perform, since he had told AKA in September in a now deleted tweet to beef up his security, before giving him the middle finger. Burna also promised to never set foot in SA again until the government “wakes the f*ck up and really performs a miracle”.
However, AKA heard of the singer’s plan to donate to victims of the xenophobic attack and he calls it “weird”, as information reached AKA in September and it was allegedly also announced that South Africans were affected more in the attack.
So for the most part … he’ll be donating to South Africans. Weird. https://t.co/tjprxaORKr
— AKA (@akaworldwide) November 11, 2019