Last week, South African rapper Kiernan Forbes, better known by his stage name AKA, excitedly announced that he had court documents proving his ownership of half of The Braai Show.
Since then, Twitter users have been mocking AKA’s rival, Cassper Nyovest, who they claim may now face legal action as a result of his involvement in the show’s creation.
Cassper has recently spoken out, claiming that he is unconcerned and that nothing bad will happen to him.
When a judge determined that AKA owns half of SABC 1’s The Braai Show, he triumphantly announced that justice had been served.
The news comes after the show’s producer’s revealed that AKA would no longer host the show and was being replaced with Cassper.
AKA did not take lightly to the news and subsequently had his lawyers prove that he owns half the production rights as well as some part in who gets to host the show.
Since then, Cassper has been at the receiving end of ridicule from mostly AKA’s fans who say that he will have to pay for his part in the show.
‘No story to tell’
“Are you going to tell us your side of the story Cass,” one person asked, to which he responded:
“No story to tell. I was offered a job, I got paid what I wanted, including getting a promotion for my shoes and alcohol which I’m making Multi Millions from and the story ends there.
“Even if the broer did cartwheels naked on Mandela bridge, there’s nothing that’s gonna happen,” the rapper responded.
Meanwhile, AKA has said that everyone who was involved in the show will definitely be paying him back one way or the other.
Guess we will all have to see what happens next