#TouchMyBlood: Zinhle & Kairo in attendance as AKA make more revelations on Daddy Issues II


With the SupaMega Tsunami raging through the world of SA Hip Hop, AKA enjoyed a massively-successful album listening party for the highly-anticipated “Touch My Blood” on Wednesday night.

On the special occasion, the Beam Mogul had special support from his Baby Mama and ex girlfriend, DJ Zinhle as well as his daughter, Kairo.

While many weren’t expecting AKA’s most recent ex and TV personality, Bonang Matheba to make an appearance considering the massive revelations he made regarding their relationship on his recently released record, “Beyonce,” the serial hitmaker still had more cats to let out the bag.

One of the songs that we know has now made the cut on the final album of AKA is “Daddy Issues II” and again AKA put the artistic creative from the first person narrative on display.

This way, he shared his personal story as well as the love triangle into some musical tell-all that many fans continue to find explosive.

On “Daddy Issues II,” AKA dropped such candid lines including “Every single situation that we face feels like Déjà vu. My n*gger don’t ever ever love a woman more than she loves you. All my n*ggers telling me that life goes on. Tell me what is the reason that I am so far gone? F*ck your social media encyclopedia.”

Not done, he goes on to reveal his own hurt with “I got so many cuts, do you have the bandage?.”

He then holds nothing back about the acrimonious break-up with Zinhle as well as the nervy start to his Bonang relationship involving all three of them.

“Everyone’s got their armour on, that’s Joburg. The last b**ch brought bodyguards just in case we bumped into the baby mama buying groceries. Squad checking for the other ma when you pour a glass and you toasting. Is that not some h*e shit?… All I ever wanted was for you to go to bed and hit me with a text, (but) everything is hunky dory when we on the jet.”

AKA will later go on to reveal to TshisaLIVE he is bringing out his artistic side by opening up honestly on his vulnerability as a human. Something we believe fans would very much relate with.

“I lived it. I think the definition of an artist, to me, is someone who can be vulnerable and honest. They open themselves to anything. At the end of the day, my music has to be a reflection of my life and it just so happens that my life is under a microscope.”

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