AKA is not new to this beef thing as he always says controversial things about other artists, specifically Cassper Nyovest. The latest one, however, involved AKA and Black Coffee, with AKA accusing Black Coffee for comparing South African hip hop artists with Americans. Black Coffee said SA’s artists should stop throwing shade at each other and release tracks, just like Drake and Meek Mill did.
Other hip hop artists got involved, with Cassper Nyovest saying AKA should be humble, something he always says.
One other artist, Slikour, wrote a full article on his blog, taking AKA’s side, saying Black Coffee should not compare artists and that South African hip hop artists do work hard to make their music.
Everything went quiet for a while, until Bongani Fassie, the late Brenda Fassie’s son, came to the picture. It has been reported that the musician took Black Coffee’s advice and released a diss track, with AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Slikour, among others, as subjects.
The Twitterverse was surprised at such an unexpected development, with many questioning the musician’s involvement. Some dissed him back, saying he was trying to be relevant as he has been out of the music scene for a long time.
Listen to the track here.
This is what Twitter said
Tshini!u Bongani Fassie is still alive, he dropped a track dissing the whole Hip Hop industry! This is interesting.@akaworldwide
— Malibongwe Jokwana (@KingQuency) August 3, 2015
Bongani Fassie wanted our attention and since it's 'beef' season he thought 'why the hell not?' Watch, his gonna be everywhere now.
— Muchi4TheKids (@Sipho_Says) August 3, 2015
Bongani Fassie is really not in a position to be dissing people. His music career is a joke????
— Onthatile ????????⚕️ (@Ontee__M) August 3, 2015
Even if Bongani Fassie changed his name to Mohammed & joined ISIS he still wouldn't be the bomb
— AbortedNews (@AbortedNews) August 3, 2015
Bongani Fassie? I'm sad to say this but you and Meek are representing the dark skin homies badly! We need answers bruv…
— The Motive (@IIssoK) August 3, 2015
What is Bongani Fassie trying to do? Mayb some how he wants to be buried alive
— Nasco (@TheRealNasco) August 3, 2015
HAHAHA Bongani Fassie released a diss track where he thows jabs at: AKA, AB Crazy, KO, Cassper, Da-Les, Maggs, L-Tido, JR and Slikour
— Luzuko. (@Luzuko_Tena) August 3, 2015
And some of u poor people spent 3.6MB on that Bongani Fassie track? Yall need 2 lay a case at the small claims court #PayBackTheData
— Jesus' Fave???????? (@lulushezi) August 3, 2015
THIS DISS TRACK IS SOOOO WEAK !!!!!! BONGANI FASSIE WE WANT AN APOLOGY !!!!!¡!!!!!!!
— 1000 Degreez (@Aston263) August 3, 2015
I'd be upset in the artist that dare reply Bongani Fassie – diss track- its so weak i dont deserve a response …what was he thinking?
— Mr COUPer???????? (@shepstarr69) August 3, 2015
Can't wait for AKA to respond to the diss record by Bongani Fassie, on twitter lol.
— Luvelo Khumalo ???????????????? (@Dungavee) August 3, 2015
I don't even need to listen to that track…Somebody just needs to tell Bongani Fassie to stay out of the studio.
— Donda (@__Xolani) August 3, 2015
There are few things more dangerous than drugs. One of them is Bongani Fassie putting out a diss track in autotune. Brenda wouldn't approve.
— Arizona Ron (@JavierSOSO_) August 3, 2015
I want my three minutes back after hearing "Stretcher" by Bongani Fassie.
— The Joker | Bukowski (@SDotJR_) August 3, 2015
Bongani Fassie went in & dissed 12 South African HipHop Artists on 1 Track? Im finished :"""""D #Strecher
— King Solomon II (@Wentzello) August 3, 2015