"Come Home To Xenophobia?" - Twitter Users Blast AKA For Asking All African Americans To Return Home - Mackenzie Sky Blog

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"Come Home To Xenophobia?" - Twitter Users Blast AKA For Asking All African Americans To Return Home

Africans have taken to social media to attack popular South African Rapper and singer, AKA, for saying that all African Americans should leave the U.S and come back home as they continue facing racial abuse.

Following the recent racial killing of an African-American man, George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, 2020, AKA took to his verified Twitter page, to give his verdict on the matter by asking his fellow Africans to return back home rather than being killed abroad in cold blood. 

He tweeted:

"African Americans ... come home. Simple as that."

However, his intention didn't go as planned as Twitter users took to the online platform to attack the rapper, reminding him of his words and actions during the South Africa Xenophobic attacks on foreigners, including its fellow African citizen.

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Mackenzieskyblog recalled that AKA was in support of his country's Xenophobic attack on foreigners, supporting that foreigners should return back to their country. 

An act which resulted in a feud between the South African rapper and Nigerian music artist, Burna Boy.

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