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Sat Oct 01 20:56:04 SAST 2016

AKA tired of SA's shade - call 'Mr Pony' for Mos Def reply

Times LIVE | 21 January, 2016 10:21
AKA.
Image by: Screenshot from AKA' video via Youtube

Kienaan Forbes, known as AKA, has tweeted that he is not going to stand up for South Africa after Yasiin Bey, known as Mos Def, said "No more parties in SA".

Mos Def was arrested last week for travelling with a fraudulent passport.

He responded to this by freestyling Kanye West's 'No more parties in LA' - changing it to 'No more parties in SA'.

Most people believe that Mr Pony is in fact Cassper Nyovest.

There are however, alternatives.

That said, Black Twitter agrees...

Though AKA insists his tweet was only meant in the spirit of fun.

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