Springboks, AKA

Springboks, AKA. Images via Twitter @Springboks, @akaworldwide

AKA’s old post resurfaces ahead of Springboks, All Blacks Rugby World Cup final

‘May your courageous spirit be with our boys today’: AKA’s posts about the Springboks have instilled more hope in South Africans.

Springboks, AKA

Springboks, AKA. Images via Twitter @Springboks, @akaworldwide

The Megacy, slain rapper AKA’s legion of fans, are still coming to terms with his passing and every so often, they pay tribute to him by revisiting his old posts on the social media platform X.

One of AKA’s posts in September 2019 has resurfaced ahead of the Rugby World Cup final between the Springboks and the All Blacks. South Africa will be looking to defend their title at the Stade de France on Saturday, 28 October, against New Zealand.

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AKA’s 2019 post came days before the Springboks and and the All Blacks clashed on 21 September during the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

“I really hope the @Springboks beat New Zealand in our WC Opener … it’s a huge rivalry! I’d rather lose to anyone else … maybe even England … than New Zealand … it’s bigger than just Rugby!” the late musician wrote at the time.

Unfortunately, things did not go SA’s way as the Bokke lost 23-13 on 21 September.

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Tragically, AKA’s dream of supporting the Springboks in yet another world cup did not come to fruition as he was brutally murdered on 10 February this year outside a Durban restaurant.

However, his love for his country lives on…

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“It is the way these tweets are like you are still with us 💔 in spirit you are still flying the flag high,” wrote one X user.

“Someone talked about how AKA’s tweet aligning with current events 😂😂😂😂😂 I see it now,” another X user said.

“May your courageous spirit be with our boys today,” wrote another.

While another said: “AKA really loved his country. May your soul rest in peace.”

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