AKA is under violent attack because of his views on the Corona virus

AKA is under violent attack because of his views on the Corona virus

Rapper and producer AKA has hit back at critics for labelling him a Covid-19 conspiracy theorist.

AKA is under violent attack because of his views on the Corona virus

Though AKA is typically on the TL for the banter, the Bhovamania star also takes the chance to share his opinions on worldly matters like the coronavirus pandemic.

Recently, the “Supa Mega” took to Twitter with some controversial thoughts on the pandemic. The star questioned whether asymptomatic carriers actually had the virus within the first place.

And, needless to say, the rapper received backlash for sharing his unfiltered opinions. AKA went on to clarify that he’s not a non-believer (as he has had the virus himself), but rather, he’s a sceptic.

“The Covid-19 symptoms I had was probably the sickest I’ve ever been in my entire life. No lie. So it’s not like I’m saying it’s not out there and that we shouldn’t be safe, but there’s tons of confusion around tons of things regarding this pandemic,” tweeted AKA.

This week, the star again had a touch “something-something” to mention. The Fela in Versace hitmaker joked about getting to the church being “illegal”. However, a tweep didn’t take kindly to his comments, labelling AKA a “conspiracy theorist”.

AKA didn’t take the attack lying down, sarcastically responding to the troll. Essentially, he said that given the history of the western world and its relationship with Africa, he has every right to question the planet around him.

“You right. Actually my bad, there’s absolutely no reason whatsoever for us to not trust the western world’s intentions for Africa & for Africans. I mean, when have they ever allow us to down?”

Though some fans didn’t actually devour that the star was speaking fluent sarcasm, many joined in with AKA’s scepticism on all things Covid-19. Here are a number of responses from Twitter citizens:

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