Ycee Calls Out AKA For ‘Contributing’ To The Xenophobic Attacks

Posted on September 03 2019 , at 03:59 pm
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YCee has tough words for AKA.

Nigerians have been reacting in unity against the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa with a general consensus that it needs to stop and something has to be done. Nigerian rapper, Ycee joined the ‘disgusting xenophobic attacks’ conversation but went a little further and called out South African rapper, A.K.A.

Ycee did not accuse Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, professionally called A.K.A, of personally taking part in the xenophobic attacks. He, however, said that some comments that AKA had made during the Nations Cup were one of the things that could add fuel to the already burning fire.

He started his mini-rant on Twitter by tweeting that he no longer rates South African men. He tweeted “I don’t rate South African men at this point … and I’m not trying to create any form of animosity between us and them (that they don’t already feel against us). It is really sad that In 2019 Xenophobia is what we are still facing and discussing as a problem.”

He then went on to say that almost all, if not all South Africans have a subtle dislike for Nigerians that they try hard to hide it but sometimes fail. It was at this point that he cited AKA as one of those types of South Africans. He tweeted, “There is this subtle dislike that a lot of them (If not all) feel towards Nigerians and no matter how hard they try to hide it .. it eventually jumps out – like when AKA had a full childish grown man tantrum when they lost to Nigeria in the nations cup”.

He ended his rant by saying that foreigners never feel unsafe here in Nigeria because we treat them better than we treat ourselves. He said, “Worst part of this thing is South Africans (or any other foreign nationals) will never feel unsafe in Nigeria. We even treat foreigners better than we treat ourselves, which I believe needs to change. The rest of the world doesn’t respect us Cos we don’t respect ourselves”.

The general public has been calling on the President to help do something about it and countless stories are coming up every other hour. However, most people have not agreed with the way Ycee has chosen to comment on the xenophobic attacks. Tell us what you think about what he had to say on the attacks in the comment section below.

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