Wiz Khalifa Sends AKA Fans Into Overdrive With Cryptic Tweet

 

American rapper Wiz Khalifa sent fans of South African rapper AKA into overdrive after posting a cryptic tweet.

On Friday, the Megacy, as AKA refers to his fans, flooded Wiz Khalifa’s comment section after he posted what a section of South Africans believed was a reference to AKA’s latest release.

 

 

Wiz Khalifa tweeted, “Lemonaaaaaaaaaade” which could have been in reference to the beverage or the song by the hip hop collective and record label Internet Money, featuring rappers Gunna, Don Toliver and Nav.

However, AKA fans flooded the Black and Yellow rapper’s comments section after thinking he was referencing the South African rapper’s latest release Lemons (Lemonade) featuring Nasty C.

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AKA x Wiz Khalifa (Image Credit: @veggyonthepic/Spotify)

 

The Megacy could not hide their excitement that an American rapper was listening to the Supa Mega. Below are some of the reactions to Wiz Khalifa’s cryptic tweet:

@molesh45:

Damn bro you listen to AKA🔥

@_Hybreed_:

Eyy, even Wiz Khalifa listens to @akaworldwide L2L 😂🔥

@wise30152072:

Even you know the biggest song in SA 🔥🔥🔥

@AndileSiso94:

Welcome to the Megacy family 🤘🤘🤘🤘

@ZamaBhembe:

South African comments only under this tweet? Megacy has power!!!

@MaSweepa:

@akaworldwide @Nasty_CSA Please do a remix featuring Wiz Khalifa 😎 You guys are international , make it happen 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 ( Lemons to Lemonade 🍋)

 

In related news, AKA’s supposed archnemesis Cassper Nyovest recently amused social media users after he used the Lemons (Lemonade) rapper’s song to promote and market his clothing label.

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On 4 November, Cassper Nyovest launched his fashion capsule collection. The Tito Mboweni rapper collaborated with Lekau Sehoana of Drip to create the clothing label ‘Root Of  Fame’.

AKA’s hit song with Nasty C, Lemons/Lemonade, was playing in the promo video featuring Cassper Nyovest. Nasty C’s verse was the one which provided a soundtrack to the ‘Root Of Fame’ marketing video.

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