AKA guilt trips followers: 'The rest of y’all full of dog s**t'
The rapper orchestrated another PR stunt when he declared war on 'fake fans'.
AKA has caused a massive Twitter storm after he went on the rampage calling out 'fake fans,' who don't support his music.
The frenzy started after the rapper was notified that he had over 3-million followers on Twitter.
AKA questioned how it benefitted him to have so many followers on the platform, saying he would rather have more fans buy his album.
It's also evidently another one of AKA's PR stunts to promote his album.
I have 3.3 million followers, why don’t I sell at least a million??? .... let me tell you why .... coz like, 500k of you are like ACTUAL fans, the rest of y’all full of dog shit, walking round like I owe you something.— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 25, 2018
The rapper then asked fans to tweet pictures of themselves with his album, Touch My Blood.
AKA made it clear that he wasn't bothered about losing followers, retweets or likes - he only cares about real fans.
THANK YOU TO THE PEOPLE WHO SPENT THEIR HARD EARNED MONEY TO SUPPORT ME. I KNOW ITS NOT EASY FOR EVERYONE, SO ESPECIALLY TO THOSE WHO USED THEIR LAST R100 TO COP, I AM FOREVER GRATEFUL TO YOU. 🔴— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 25, 2018
After an hour AKA then, as expected, admitted that it was all a "drill" to get fans to feel guilty over not buying his album.