South African rapper, AKA had to boycott a performance over an assault on his road manager, Tshiamo Letshwene by a popular Disc Jockey, Black Coffee.
A video footage showed the DJ having an altercation with Letshwene, which led to the latter getting a slap that made him lose his balance.
As a result of this, AKA took to his Twitter handle to express his dissatisfaction with a series of tweets where he apologised to his fans that he wouldn’t be performing at the DSTV Irock Festival.
“Apologies to my fans in PLK …. We won’t be performing tonight. I arrived, my band setup …. And then some bullshit happened.”
“Nobody will lay hands on someone on my team in front of thousands and expect me to continue as normal.”
“If you want to know why I didn’t perform tonight you will need to ask @dstvsa why it’s ok for people to assault my road manager on stage”, he tweeted
See the video below