AKA in trouble with Twitter for implying Jacob Zuma is not to blame for load-shedding

Rapper AKA, an outspoken and proud supporter of the ANC, is feeling the heat on Twitter for implying that former president Jacob Zuma‘s hands are clean when it comes to load-shedding.

On Monday, the power utility implemented stage 6 load-shedding, the highest ever carried out in SA.

Jacob Zuma

While many South Africans expressed frustration at the power cuts, AKA said they “must lie” in the bed they made when they called for Zuma’s exit in February 2018.

Political analyst Mighti Jamie called him out by sharing a video call between President Cyril Ramaphosa and AKA during the May elections. In a separate tweet, Jamie said AKA campaigned “for the stage 6 president

In other news – Rami Chuene’s reaction to stage 6 load-shedding leaves Twitter in stitches

Scores of South Africans have taken to Twitter to react to stage 6 of load-shedding implemented by SA power utility Eskom, but actor Rami Chuene‘s response to the power cuts take the cake.

Rami Chuene

On Monday, the power utility announced it would cut the power up to stage 6, which is the highest stage SA has ever experienced. Eskom said this was due to a “technical problem” at the Medupi power station. The power utility also attributed the unprecedented power cuts to the recent heavy rains. Read more

Source: Timeslive