AKA shares his controversial take on the spread of COVID-19

AKA shares his controversial take on the spread of COVID-19

The rapper's tweets concerning the spread of the virus had tweeps wondering if musicians should rather just stick to what they know best - making music.

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AKA is once again making headlines, and it's only Tuesday.

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During 2020 and the coronavirus pandemic, many celebrities have faced the wrath of the public (and even medical professionals) by stating their controversial opinions and sometimes very interesting views on the virus.

Some of them have even done irreparable damage to their reputations and careers.

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Now AKA has decided to join the mix, but luckily he doesn't seem to be cancelled just yet.

Taking to Twitter, the star revealed his true feelings regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

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With such an influential artist making these types of statements, it obviously grabbed the attention of users who took it upon themselves to try and clear up the possible confusion:

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Others were out for blood and suggested that AKA rather try and stay in his lane, which is music, but he was also not going to take it laying down:

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He later backtracked a bit by clearly stating that he is not a COVID-19 sceptic and he does believe it is a very real disease.

But that did not stop some tweeps from throwing major shade his way:

But AKA once again made it obvious that he is still out here living his best life and could not care less about the opinion of others:

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Main image courtesy of AKA Official Twitter

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