Twitter used AKA's own words against him on Tuesday after he defended girlfriend Bonang Matheba's book on social media.
The rapper took to Twitter to lambaste critics of Bonang's 'error-filled' book Bonang A to B, he wrote: "A woman is killed by her partner, we cry about domestic abuse in this country. When Bonang tells her story in her book, we laugh at her. (sic)"
A woman is killed by her partner, we cry about domestic abuse in this country. When Bonang tells her story in her book, we laugh at her.
However, AKA's, whose real name is Kieran Forbes, chivalry was shortlived when tweeps started dissecting his tweet, and it soon spiralled into a fall on 'roast'.
AKA was called out for saying " we laugh at her", and according to Twitter, his word choice meant he laughed at her too.
Here's some their responses to his tweet:
"we" ? 👀
So you laughed too 😱
Haaaa , I'm disappointed 💔https://t.co/vnXDLOSrJK
"We" I'm dead 😂😂😂
😂😂😂 so @akaworldwide was laughing too?
Yes 😁 😁 he thought, he was helping. 😹
That wasn't a book, it was the 12th language called Binglish. pic.twitter.com/5hgiHh5mFn
How do you compare a woman killed with Bonang writing a book? Is it because B killed English? pic.twitter.com/An2ZvJYOgs
Fam that wasn't a book, it had to come with a dictionary for us to understand what she meant, it was another language pic.twitter.com/bh8tyfu4uM
Poor AKA can't seem to catch a break.
Last week he was dragged for not uploading his "I shall not flex vow" after he shared one two many tweets about his new BMW i8.