Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, popularly known as AKA, a South African rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and entrepreneurh made a shocking revelation after taking to twitter to disclose that he was paid a whooping sum of $10million to pretend he had COVID.
The rapper took to his official Twitter account to disclose this information after a fan asked if he benefited from the campaign he did for Cyril Ramaphosa, the current president of South Africa, telling people to vote for him knowing that he had embezzled R500billion.
Without delay, the rapper replied saying he indeed benefited from the money, and he benefitted a lot because he was paid $10million dollars to pretend he had COVID.
Recall that AKA tested positive for the novel coronavirus and it was he that shared the news via his social media page and encouraged everyone to stay safe.
In his own words;
“I benefitted a lot. I even got paid 10 million dollars to pretend I had COVID. Seriously. Not joking.”
I benefitted a lot. I even got paid 10 million dollars to pretend I had COVID. Seriously. Not joking. https://t.co/Xz9g7KTW5w
— AKA (@akaworldwide) January 13, 2021