AKA wants to watch Burna Boy put his hands on him!

Burna Boy is coming to South Africa despite his tweets on xenophobia and AKA says he would love to attend the Africans Unite Concert show and watch “this” man put his hands on him in his own country.

“I would love to attend this show and watch this man put his hands on me in my own country,” says AKA, real name Kiernan Forbes.

AKA says he wouldn’t mind burying the hatchet but Burna Boy must just apologise.


“I wouldn’t mind at all… He must just apologize so we can forgive him,” says AKA.

READ BACKGROUND – Rapper AKA does not hate Nigerians nor dislikes them!

Burna Boy, real name Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu two months ago stated via his Twitter page that he would never set foot back in South Africa. Guess what? The Nigerian superstar will headline the Africans Unite Concert right here in our home soil.



Two months following reports of alleged xenophobic attacks in South Africa, Burna Boy took to social media to express his anger.

In a series of tweets, the star said that Africans needed to stick together but also said that he would not set foot in Mzansi.

During the week of the xenophobic attacks, numerous celebrities across Africa spoke out against the attacks, the most noticeable voice being from Nigeria’s Burna Boy who urged the two governments to come together and put an end to the pain, hostility, and violence.

Burna Boy has since removed his tweet but we got you covered below. On Wednesday AKA says that he doesn’t delete tweets like Burna Boy (tagging him on Twitter)

“We were told it’s on sight, and that it was “On Gambo” … Woza. We want to see it with our own eyes,” says AKA.


Following the recent xenophobic attacks and increasing reports of gender-based violence in South Africa, Burna Boy, Kwesta and other African acts will headline a concert in November to unify all Africans and speak out against femicide.

Presented by South Africa’s Department of Sports, Arts and Culture, in association with Channel O, Monster Energy and powered by Play Network Africa. Africans Unite Concert is a collaborative project that aims to rebuild trust and respect amongst African nations by hanging the current narrative to that of unity and solidarity.

The concert will take place in Cape Town at The Lawns on November 23rd (Tickets are available on Webtickets [HERE] and Pick n Pay stores) and Tshwane’s Sun Arena on November 24 (Tickets will be available at Computicket on Thursday).

You can purchase your tickets priced from R400 – R1200.


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