Rapper AKA. Picture: Twitter

AKA landed in hot water following his tweets over the weekend when he suggested he wanted to help his nemesis Cassper to fill FNB Stadium.

"I wanna do fill up FNB with Tsibip. It's time we put this shit to bed. It's 2017 guys ..." he tweeted.

Let’s do it like, watch the throne style … each guy on either side of the stadium, on a crazy LED cube or whatever and go back to back," he added.

Now AKA claims it’s his tweets that helped promote Cassper Nyovest’s Fill Up FNB Stadium concert.

WATCH: Cassper Nyovest reveals he's 'too broke' to date

Responding to a tweet from the East Coast drive time host Bongani Mtolo said AKA is trying to ride Cassper’s wave by wanting to partner with him on his latest quest to fill up the 75 000 seater on December 2.

In a video clip, Mtolo said the two rivals must “carry on beefing”, and all encouraged fans to focus on the course at hand.

AKA who is not shy to voice out his opinion took to Twitter to respond  the allegations, stating that his “tweets actually helped promote the event”

Twitter is divided about the statement, with some saying the event was well marketed, while other agree that a lot of people started tweeting about buying tickets after AKA's tweets.
Following his attempts to be part of #FillUpFNBStadium did however Cassper turned down AKA's offer. He encouraged him Supa Mega star to rather buy a ticket just like everyone else if he really wanted to support him.

Since then, artists such incliding Black Coffee, Riky Rick and Oskido have offered spend between R20 000 and R60 000 each on tickets for the show.

IOL