Xenophobic Attacks: No Nigerian killed2019-09-12 05:37:41

South African rapper, Kiernan Jarryd Forbes known professionally as AKA was trending on Twitter after a tweet he sent irked a lot of Nigerians.

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It didn’t seem to douse tension resulting from the xenophobic attacka on African foreigners in South Africa.

The rapper is back with his ‘insensitive’ comments on twitter regarding the recent Xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa.

According to a post sighted by MyNewsGh.com on the rapper’s Twitter page, a total number 12 people have been killed in the recent Xenophobic attacks. 10 of them are South African and 2 other foreign nationals.

Read his tweet below

Not long ago AKA tweeted ‘stay in your country’ on a day Nigerians and the rest of Africa are thinking of how to come to terms with the xenophobic attacks going on in South Africa.

AKA who is not new to controversy also took to twitter after South Africa’s 1-2 loss to Nigeria in the quarter-finals during the Nations Cup and wrote “We should have just lost to Egypt … rather than Nigeria.”

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As a sign of disapproval, a check by MyNewsGh.com revealed that Nigerian singer, Davido has unfollowed AKA on Instagram, an action that is being hailed by many.

Source: MynewsGh.com /Michael Agyapong Agyapa/201N

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