- AKA hit his fans right in the feels when he sang lyrics from his arch-rival, Cassper Nyovest at a performance
- He dared himself to do it in front of the crowd and decided to throw caution to the wind and sang Cassper's lyrics from a song
- Social media users took to the comment section and shared their reactions to the heart-melting moment
AKA surprised many people today as he decided to do some of Casper Nyovest lyrics. He took social media users by storm as many people shared different views on why the Supemega decided to do so. It happens once in a week that you get a video on social media platforms that just hit you right in the feels. This is what AKA did to his fans as they did not expect this to happen.
The two rappers Casper Nyovest and AKA have never hide their differences on social media but this time around people were shocked at what they could hear on AKA video.
He AKA sang Cassper's part on Kwesta's song called Ingudu and the crowd went crazy as they fell in love with the idea.
Comnents from social media users :
Do you think they have sorted out their differences?. If what might be your wish on both of them?. Please kindly share your views with us.
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