Big Xhosa Explains Why He Spared AKA

Big Xhosa Explains Why He Spared AKA


Social Media was buzzing at the weekend when AN approaching rapper by the name of huge Xhosa came for all the South African rappers during a insult track.

What started this beef? nobody extremely is aware of, however it’s provocative.

The Xhosa rapper received mixed emotions for selecting violence within the hip hop game as a result of fans have their faves and no-one would love a rapper United Nations agency hates their favorite rapper.

Starting off his verse by material possession Mzansi rappers recognize that he’s not terrified of them (except for giant Zulu) he then attacked Nasty C for continually speaking English, and A-Reece’s day-one fans were livid when their favorite was referred to as “baby girl”.

The rapper – United Nations agency claims to be five times higher than a pair of PAC – went on to insult Stogie T, Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta and plenty of otherothers. However, once it came to AKA, massive Xhosa same he can hold off on his comment. This decison by the rapper had several Twitter users intrigued et al. laudatory him for “reading the space.”

Having lost his groom-to-be, bless ‘Nelli’ Tembe, during a tragic manner time period go, AKA’s fans, colleagues and friends are causing messages of condolences and keeping him in their prayers throughout this powerful amount in his life. With everybody totally awake to the case, it’d are rather insensitive for giant Xhosa to incorporate Supa Mega in his beef which is precisely why the rapper excluded him.

Whilst having lunch with contentious and outspoken creator manager Nota, massive Xhosa explained his call to not insult AKA; citing him joined of his inspirations.

“By the method, why I failed to mention Supa Mega. It’s as a result of he’s surfing what he’s surfing immediately. And I’m not sensible with words, however I respect him. I respect him most and that i thought of giving him some house and deed him alone. But also, he’s one amongst the individuals I find to, he’s the one that truly got Pine Tree State into rapping.”


Big Xhosa’s decision won hearts on social media.