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AKA Refuses To Drink Ciroc Endorsed By Cassper Nyovest

AKA instructs that the vodka brand endorsed by his rival, Cassper, be removed from his table.

The beef between South African popular rappers, AKA and Cassper Nyovest, doesn’t look like one that would been be ending soon. The two notable rappers have been having their beef for several years. Their beef actually started in 2014. This was when the ‘Good For That‘ hit maker, Cassper Nyovest, stated that his hit song, ‘Doc Shebeleza,’ was the biggest song in the Hip Hop industry in South Africa.

The ‘Fela In Versace‘ hit maker, AKA, released a hit song titled, ‘Congratulate.’ His song became popular instantly and it dominated the streets in Mzansi. AKA went ahead to throw shade at Cassper Nyovest about his earlier statement and it is since then that a feud had been ongoing. There is no sign that their long-time feud will end anytime soon.

The award-winning rappers are currently endorsing popular alcoholic brands. While Cassper Nyovest bagged an endorsement deal with Ciroc, AKA bagged an endorsement deal with Cruz Vodka.
A Twitter user recently shared a video of the ‘Fela In Versace‘ hit maker who attended an all-white themed party. The video had gone viral on social media.

In the video, AKA can be seen seaed at his table and the table contained Cruz and Ciroc vodka. The talented rapper can be heard talking to someone as he said:
“Take this one.”

He was referring to the Ciroc brand which has being endorsed by Cassper Nyovest.

The video has become the most talked-about on social media as several Twitters users have been wondering the main reason AKA removed the vodka from his table. Some are of the opinion that he removed the drink because of his beef with Cassper Nyovest while others believe that he removed it because he could not be spotted drinking a brand of his competitor.

Fans have found the video very hilarious, and have since been laughing. They are also highly anticipating a reaction from Cassper Nyovest.

Watch the video below:

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