South African rapper, AKA is raving mad with his ex, DJ Zinhle!
The rapper took to Twitter today, May 27, 2016 in an epic rant to dish on what’s really going on between him and Zinhle.
AKA who has been trying to keep away from DJ Zinhle and Bonang’s twitter war, eventually lost his temper after his baby mama DJ Zinhle went and bought Euphoniks #Nonke T-shirt and posted a snap of herself wearing it on social media.
“Got my #Nonke T, now I’m kool kid,” she captioned the post.
Recall that this is the very same T-shirt that threw major shade at AKA’s girl friend Bonang Matheba, who Euphonik referred to as “Msunu yenu Nonke” during an ugly Twitter rant.
And it seems that Zinhle might have pushed AKA to the wall as the rapper took to Twitter to air it all out.
“I’ve tried to handle this in ‘private’ for a year now… But it’s clear that they want to make a spectacle… Well, here it is,” he tweeted.
“They called B* a whore for nearly a year now … Every single day. Not once has she spoken out. That is strength. That is grace. Legal action was pursued because they started writing emails and letters trying to get B’s sponsors to drop her. Bet you didn’t know that?” specifying that the only reason he’s been silent about this is because he was trying to be a decent father to Kairo.
“Don’t let our silence fool you into thinking we don’t have shit to say. You want mention ‘respect’ … Try some respect for the father. Kairo has my surname. I paid for that. Took care of my responsibility according to her culture. So where is my due respect as a father?” he asked.
According to AKA, Zinhle had to stop all the pettiness as he has never shaded her nor provoked her regardless of all the stunts she has pulled.
He also revealed new information about legal action that DJ Zinhle’s team pursued to have Matheba dropped by her sponsors after news broke that Matheba was allegedly having an affair with AKA.
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