“I Wish It Didn’t End Like This”: Burna Boy Deeply Heartbroken, Regrets Beef With Late SA Rapper AKA
- The tragic death of South African rapper AKA has generated reactions all over the world
- Grammy award-winning Nigerian singer Burna Boy was not on good terms with the late superstar, and his death has thrown him into despair
- Burna lamented over how he would live in regret for not making peace with AKA before his death
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Popular Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, has finally reacted to the death of South African rapper, AKA, on social media.
Recall that Kiernan Forbes, also known as AKA was shot dead by unknown men on February 10, 2023, in Durban, South Africa.
In another post, the singer regretted his strained relationship with the late rapper and noted that he wished it did not end the way it did.
The African Giant, clearly heartbroken, added that AKA's death is another regret he has to leave.
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Burna Boy wrote:
"I wish it didn't end like this. Another regret I gotta live with."
Netizens react to Burna's post
"Long live GOAT OF AFROBEAT BURNA BOY."
"E didn't matter if he had blinky on him, dude got it from the back."
"Mehn make I call people wey I Dey vex for ahbeg."
"Burna always reacts diff!"
"Sure say no be burna kill am lol"
"Life man. That AKA death was the height of wickedness. You could tell they were just out to get him nothing more. Sad."
South Africans prays for Cassper Nyovest as they assume it’s hard for him following his rival’s passing
Popular South African Cassper Nyovest found himself catching strays after AKA passed away.
The Fela in Versace rapper was gunned down in Durban on Florida Road with his former manager Tebello "Tibz" Motsoane on February 10, reported TshisaLIVE.
After the announcement, many celebrities paid their condolences to AKA and Tibz.
The celeb's tribute post that Mzansi was curious about was Cass, who had a never-ending beef with AKA.
Mufasa's name shot to the top of the trends on Twitter even before he shared a post encouraging people to remember AKA and Tibz for the good they did while they were still alive.