South African Rapper AKA speaks on violence Against Women: "What The F*ck Is Anyone Going To Do About It?"

Somebody had to do it.

AKA took to his Twitter account during the early hours of Wednesday (Mar. 6) to address the ongoing abuse against women in south Africa and the world in general. In a series of tweets - the self-proclaimed Supa Mega called on his industry friends and challenged men to join in on the fight and help speak against violence on women.

"SO ... I’m going to speak to some of my colleagues in the industry to see how we can actually ORGANIZE & MOBILIZE against this issue. Let’s do something instead of just sitting there with phones in our hands," he tweeted.  "I am also going to challenge YOU to do something about it .... and for you to challenge ANY AND ALL of the celebs who tweeted about this issue this week and ask them .... WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?"

AKA's warranted Twitter outburst comes in the wake of a recent abuse allegation against Kwaito artist Mampintsha, who reportedly assaulted his girlfriend - Bongekile Simelane (aka Babes Wodumo).

"Y'll so outraged why don’t you get up off your asses, go March to radio stations, go to musica’s ... go to RISA and demand they take this animal’s music off the playlist, off the shelves, off the TV," he added.

You can read his full tweets below.

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