Black Coffee Shows AKA Support At Restaurant Launch

Black Coffee Shows AKA Support At Restaurant Launch

Black Coffee Shows AKA Support At Restaurant Launch

All is forgotten between internationally recognised DJ Black Coffee and award-winning rapper AKA and their beef is now a thing of the past and we are here for it. This past weekend Super Mega launched his very own restaurant and night-club called Cuba Lounge BLK. The establishment is based in Durban, at the Moses Mabhida Stadium complex. In attendance was the DJ himself, and many others.

The two had previously made amends last year when Black Coffee included him as part of the performers for his concert series Music Is King which took place in Johannesburg and Durban.

Much to everyone’s surprise, one of his former biggest rivals, AKA was also included on the line-up. Four years after beefing, it seems as though the two have set aside their differences and laid their beef to rest.

It all started when AKA ruffled Black Coffee’s feathers and made a very triggering tweet after the Channel O Awards when he said, “Give Black Coffee a hand.” AKA dismissed claims that he was trolling Black Coffee, by saying his tweets were taken out of context.

Assuming that the two had buried the hatchet, the rapper then escalated things when he released a song dissing Black Coffee, with his verse which said he is so dope that even Black Coffee claps for him. That did not sit well with the DJ and his legions of fans.

Fast forward a few months later AKA’s road manager caught himself getting slapped by Black Coffee back in 2016.

All the bickering and catfighting got squashed and it was business as usual. Black Coffee is heard giving AKA a shout-out and why he included him on the line-up; “AKA is one of the most amazing live artists on this continent, so why not.”

AKA posted a series of pictures at his launch and many were surprised to see Black Coffee in attendance to support the new restaurant part owner. AKA describes this new business venture as the best and most ambitious he has embarked on this year alone, “For me having my own Vodka is not enough … I now need my very own venue for you to experience it in. This has now been achieved with @cubaloungeblk.”

AKA had also squashed his beef with Sizwe Dlomo, implying that Sizwe had been throwing jabs at AKA on social media but the rapper mized them until he could not take the shade anymore. He said to Slikour on his online radio station, Slikour On Life, “I thought what I said to him was funny, the bootleg jeans, but once again like I always do, I went too far and Warras arranged for us to sit down and talk, this is how things are going to be and then we apologised to each other and then that’s it. Isn’t that what men do though?”

The one beef everyone is hoping gets squashed is his and fellow rapper Cassper Nyovest. Six years later, they have resorted to settling their differences in the boxing ring.

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