Amidst the chaos and disappointment caused by the postponement of Nigerian superstar Burna Boy’s concert, an unexpected blast from the past has emerged on Twitter.
An old tweet from the late South African rapper, AKA, has resurfaced and set Twitter abuzz with reactions.
This vintage tweet, originally posted by AKA back in December 2019, found its way back into the limelight thanks to a Twitter user known as @cnehshuga.
She chose to describe the late rapper as “problematic” while sharing the tweet, accompanied by the comment, “Wawuhlupha kodwa oe.”
In no time, this tweet transformed into a viral sensation, with Twitter users jumping in to share their thoughts and humor.
Many speculated that if AKA were still alive today, he would undoubtedly have something to say about the ongoing saga involving Burna Boy’s postponed concert at the iconic FNB Stadium in Soweto.
In a recent turn of events, Burna Boy himself took to Instagram to express his deep regret over not reconciling with AKA before the rapper’s tragic passing.
The “On The Low” hitmaker shared the profound impact of AKA’s death on him, showcasing the complexity of their relationship and unresolved issues.
As the Twitterverse continues to buzz with reactions to this unexpected blast from the past, it’s clear that AKA’s legacy and presence still resonate in the world of South African music and beyond.
Wawuhlupha kodwa oe https://t.co/f1RjkZ3R88
— Sinethemba. (@cnehshuga) September 19, 2023
Ngiyan’thanda South Africans yezwa. You never let AKA down even in his grave
— SunRay (@MajorisDaughter) September 19, 2023
He rubbished AKA, we don’t easily forget.
— Presidium – The RET Putinist (@SindAaroMa) September 19, 2023