“Y’all think this game is for everybody” – AKA says as he claims he’s not giving anybody free ride in the music industry

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South African rapper, AKA has triggered tweeps with his recent assertion that he’s not going to plug anybody when it comes to the music industry adding that people should understand that the rap game is not for everybody.

He opened up on how he had to exchanged numbers with several calls before being able to get into the studios with established rappers hence the reason he won’t carry a random upcoming artiste because they have to pay their dues.

He wrote, “Y’all think this game is for everybody. Newsflash. 90% of everybody’s music is (trash). I had to exchange many numbers before we could even get the chance to be in the same studio as Khuli or KO or Linda … you think you gone just text me and I’m just gonna put you on my back? You dreaming”

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He made this known after sharing a text message from an upcoming artiste who has been contacting him for help.

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This triggered massive reactions from folks on Twitter as many slammed him for sharing that on social media if he know he would not help him.

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