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AKA tells the Beyhive: Beyoncé can kiss my South African ass!

AKA takes on the Beyhive again, tells them "Beyoncé can kiss my South African ass"
Image by: AKA via Instagram

Only two weeks after taking on the local Beyhive head-on, rapper AKA has once again ruffled feathers with Beyoncé fans, declaring "Beyoncé can kiss my South African ass." 

The rapper was responding to news that the SABC had decided to change its quota of local music from 60 to 90 percent from Thursday.
Sharing the good news with his Twitter followers, AKA wrote: "This is the greatest victory in the history of the South African music industry. I'm sure the big record companies are pissed .... They still have to sell Beyoncé and Rihanna albums etc ya know ..."
But one follower didn't take kindly to AKA mentioning Beyoncé's name and told him to "Keep Beyoncé's name out of your mouth! "
Never one to back down from a fight, AKA responded by telling the fan: "Beyoncé can kiss my South African ass! You piece of sh*t", while asking another fan: "Are you brain dead? ARE YOU??? The greatest news in SA music has just broken and you want to talk about Beyoncé."
Beyoncé can kiss my South African ass you piece of shit!!! https://t.co/WlMLJ7bkZn

 

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