Kiernan Forbes, most commonly known as AKA yesterday the 20th of August 2022 was seen on Twitter complaining about how K.O’s summer smash hit ‘Sete’ was keeping him from hitting the number one spot on several music platforms in South Africa with his ‘Lemons (Lemonade)’ song featuring Nasty C.
The Cape Town-born rapper has come out once again to sing the praises of the veteran former Teargas member K.O. ‘Sete’ has made crazy rounds on and offline since its release barely a month ago.
The Mzansi song of the summer went platinum in just 16 weeks after release and the video now sits at 4 million views on Youtube after a month.
AKA was quoted calling K.O his idol and stating that he has been chasing the Polokwane rapper’s level of ingenuity and reinvention throughout his career.
These praises came alongside praises from other SA celebrities and fans after K.O took to Twitter to brandish his Platinum certification plaque and promised to take the plaques for both featured acts on the song Blxckie and Yung Stunna to them personally.
“An absolute animal. A master of re-invention. My idol amongst idols. @MrCashtime … I’ve been chasing your level for over a decade now. Your stamina is breathtaking … congratulations,” tweeted AKA. An absolute animal. A master of re-invention. My idol amongst idols. @MrCashtime … I’ve been chasing your level for over a decade now. Your stamina is breathtaking … congratulations.”
The rappers have worked together in the past first on DJ Vigi’s ‘God’s Will’ in 2013 ,2014’s ‘Run Jozi’ off AKA’s sophomore album ‘Levels,’ and 2018’s ”Fire Emoji‘ Mzansi fans are known for holding the opinion that Mr. Cashtime got the better of Supa Mega on all their songs together. Their latest collaboration is this year’s ‘All I Want is You’ by DJ Mr.X which also features Tshego.
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