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Fans are loving a video of AKA rapping to Cassper Nyovest’s verse. Image via @akaworldwide/Instagram

‘Weekend highlight’: Fans love video of AKA rapping to Cassper’s verse

‘Their whole feud is genuinely not that serious’: Fans revelled in the fact that AKA listens and vibes to Cassper Nyovest’s music.

AKA

Fans are loving a video of AKA rapping to Cassper Nyovest’s verse. Image via @akaworldwide/Instagram

The beef between rappers AKA and Cassper Nyovest has been alive since the two musicians came onto the music scene over a decade ago. This has caused a divide between the artists’ fans who are also always at each other’s throats whenever the musos reignite it.

Although many have come to the conclusion that the feud is not “not that deep”, a viral video of the Fela in Versace hitmaker rapping to his arch nemesis’ verse in hit song Ngud may be all the confirmation fans need.

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AKA A FAN OF CASSPER’S MUSIC?

During one of his gigs at the weekend, AKA decided to treat his audience to a never-before-seen performance.

Supa Mega was on the decks with a mic in his hand when he happily asked fans if he should rap to the next verse. At the time, Kwesta and Cassper Nyovest’s Ngud was playing and of course, Mufasa’s verse was about to follow.

“You guys gonna help me with this verse. Or do you want me to rap this verse?… Do you wanna see it live?” he teased. He proceeded to ask fans to take their phones out to record this iconic moment.

With their phones out in anticipation, fans watched as AKA went in and rapped his rival’s verse with ease.

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TWITTER REACTS

The video received a lot of love, with some fans stating that it is confirmation the beef is just a very long publicity stunt.

Another fan shared a video of Cassper dancing to AKA’s 2017 hit Fela in Versace.

I love this because their whole feud is genuinely not that serious,” a tweep wrote.

“AKA rapping the Cassper verse on Ngud is the best thing I’ve seen on the internet this weekend,” DJ Zan-D said.

These guys love each other, everything else seems like PR,” another tweep wrote.