Kuulpeeps, we need your input here.
Do you think South African rapper, AKA overreacted in this situation or what he did was just right.
Wait, we will tell you the story with a number of tweets.
Y’all remember this viral meme right?
You might have used it yourself, but this Twitter user might be the very definition of bad luck.
He is the only person we have seen use this meme and gotten bad blood for that.
Here is how it all started,
He sent this tweet to troll all those who will be gnashing on Valentine’s Day.
Well, AKA, the “Do It” hitmaker didn’t see the joke in using his picture and the mention too, so he sent and attacking quote tweet.
Was it harsh?
This Twitter user thought AKA was being too harsh so she sent this quote tweet.
The AKA went after her too:
The problem with twitter is that people think celebs are some sort of robots here to serve the public. Sit with your keypads at your fingers and try to embarrass us then cry foul when we react. Well, I'm not one of those celebs. I'm a real person. Not a bot. I'm not just data. https://t.co/Th2Jwk59RK
— AKA (@akaworldwide) February 5, 2018
Yes, we want celebrities on Twitter to interact with us but should AKA have wished poverty on him?