AKA BREAKS HIS SILENCE ON ALLEGED ‘XENOPHOBIC’ MANAGEMENT FEUD

AKA BREAKS HIS SILENCE ON ALLEGED ‘XENOPHOBIC’ MANAGEMENT FEUD

Rapper AKA has labelled the timing of a xenophobic complaint that was lodged with the Human Rights Commission by his former manager‚ Raphael Benza against his current business partner‚ Prince Nyembe as “questionable“.

Raphael’s management company‚ Vth Season‚ which AKA was previously signed to issued a media statement on Tuesday‚ explaining that the complaint was lodged‚ after “hateful‚ injurious and xenophobic comments‚” were allegedly made by Prince during email conversations.

Vth Season claimed that they were in discussions over a contractual dispute and alleged that AKA apparently owed the company money. However‚ the statement went on to explain that HRC complaint solely focused on the alleged xenophobic messages.

Responding to the complaint‚ AKA claimed the email exchanges started late last year‚ but was only being brought up now because Vth Season was allegedly heading towards bankruptcy.

KYLE ZEEMAN / SOWETAN

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