Vector Educates AKA Over His Insensitive Comment On #Xenophobic Attacks

Nigerian rapper, Vector Tha Viper has educated South African rapper, AKA, over his recent post on Xenophobic attacks.

This was after a Nigerian Twitter user threatened AKA that Nigeria will have to cancel South African musicians from Nigeria.

In response, AKA welcomed the threat as seen below.

”Cancel us then. We’ll stay here in Sandton and suffer”.

Jumping into the discussion is Vector Tha Viper who educated AKA on the dangers of being canceled or shut out by others.

Taking him down memory lane, Vector wrote:

”is is response lacks intuition. Hope you are aware that innocent lives have been ended becuase they were escaping “suffer” I mean the same one their government saved your hero and people from in historical past. The same past that gave you this right to be “better”.

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