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Xenophobia: Nigeria’s YCee And South Africa’s AKA Drags Each Other On Twitter

The last 48 hours has recorded a tensed relationship between Nigeria and South Africa over the xenophobic attacks.

Nigerian rapper, Ycee and South African hip pop star, AKA are going at each other on Twitter following the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other nationals in South Africa.

It all started after YCee took to his Twitter page and slammed South African men over the xenophobic attacks.

“I don’t rate South African men at this point … and I’m not trying to create any form of animosity between us and them (that they don’t already feel against us)It is really sad that In 2019 Xenophobia is what we are still facing and discussing as a problem,” he wrote.

It didn’t end there as he went on to call out South African rapper, AKA over an old tweet he shared, reacting angrily after Nigeria knocked out South Africa from the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.

“There is this subtle dislike that a lot of them (If not all) feel towards Nigerians and no matter how hard they try to hide it .. it eventually jumps out – like when AKA had a full childish grown man tantrum when they lost to Nigeria in the nations cup,” he tweeted.

It didn’t take time before AKA responded to YCee’s tweet and it was not really nice as they both went back and forth.

“Are you talking about this guy?” AKA replied YCee. He went on to call YCee’s narrative stupid as he also hates losing to Australia.

 

“South Africa and Nigeria is the continent’s BIGGEST RIVALRY … a SIBLING RIVALRY because we are brothers and sisters … I also hate losing to Australia for fucks sake. Let’s pull together as Africans and stop dividing ourselves. This whole narrative is stupid!!!” he added.

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