Recording artist Burna Boy poses for a portrait on Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP)

The Burna Boy saga continued over the weekend when he addressed people, including AKA, who asked him to apologise for his comments regarding xenophobia in Mzansi. 

Taking to his Twitter account, the "Gum Body" singer stated that he didn't mislead his fans with his sentiments, and that in 2015 he also suffered from discrimination in the country. 

Furthermore, letting everyone know who wanted him to apologise, to get that apology from the "real enemy". 

This comes after EFF leader Julius Malema came out in support of the Nigerian star on Thursday and tweeted: "Looking forward to receiving and being entertained by my brother @burnaboy here at his home called South Africa. There's no mascot that can stop him from performing, he's one of our own and we will protect him. We must resolutely oppose regionalism led by political illiterates."

Burna Boy also thanked Malema for showing his support and said that xenophobic attacks aren't anything new in the country called on all Africans to unite. 

AKA then jumped into the conversation and said he is worried about the silence from the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture regarding Burna Boy and that said they owe taxpayers an apology for funding the concert. 

Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa then responded to the "Fela In Versace" rapper and said that they released a statement clarifying that the "Africans Unite" concert department is not funded by them.