“Shout out to Makhado, principles, morals. They said come in host the Braai Show, he said no ways!
Over a day ago, AKA was vindicated and named 50% owner of The Braai Show. The news came after six months of back and forth between AKA, Cake Media, MakhuduCom and the SABC with regards to who owns the rights for the show.
In a statement released on Monday, AKA announced victory. “This morning, justice was finally served. I received confirmation of what I have always said: That I own The Braai Show”
“This matter for me has always been about business principles and asserting my rights to my intellectual property. It is about the injustices that continue to befall us in the creative industry and the violation of our trust by those we work with, who continue to exploit us,” part of the statement read. Adding that he owns 50% of the show.
To flex his victory and get some things off of his chest, he released a short clip from what sounds like a song. The Hip Hop song sees him return to the essence of what we love about AKA, punchy and truthful rhymes over well made beats.
He starts the short clip off by mentioning the dark hole he was in when 2021 began, saying that a lot of people around him were mentioning that his best days were behind him.
“Shout out to Makhado, principles, morals. They said come in host the Braai Show, he said no ways! That’s more than I can say for your fave. Around the time that I was suicidal/ The narrative was Supa Mega doesn’t have bread. He ain’t got the stamina to win the comrade,” he raps.
Besides addressing the issue pertaining to The Braai Show, he touches on the reason why he is a big deal. He has shared the stage and space with some of the SA Hip Hop icons. He is goated, don’t play with him again.
Check out the clip below!
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— AKA (@akaworldwide) March 16, 2022