“Energy” rapper AK has frowned at the comparison of him with the late American rapper Jarad Anthony Higgins, who goes by the stage name of Juice Wrld.
The songster died at the Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, Illinois, United States, following a drug-induced seizure in December 2019.
Juice Wrld might have been a fine artiste with a legacy that’s still humming, but SupaMega wouldn’t want to be compared to the dead. So he instantly corrected a fan who suggested he be like Juice Wrld, using ingenious ways to cut the costs of his music videos.
AKA doesn’t care for the court of the dead – or even a comparison with one. So he shut up the fan, stating that he doesn’t want to be like the dead American rapper. You can check out his tweet below.
By the way, AKA recently announced he is (almost) done with his “Bhovamania” album, remaining just the mixing. He gave no release date for the body of work, which he has been advertising as potentially the best South African album of 2020.
But it is expected the album will drop after his rival Cassper Nyovest premieres “Any Minute Now (AMN)” album, another intensely anticipated project in Mzansi.