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AKA sparks debate on religion and science

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AKA took to Twitter to question the supposed hidden intention behind the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine, prompting many Twitter users to share their opinions on the matter.

AKA has joined in on the conversation surrounding the vaccination that has been procured for South Africans, as announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his latest national address on Monday, 11 January 2021. The rapper shared his opinion on Twitter on Tuesday, 12 January 2021, taking note of the ban on religious gatherings, which he believes has left South Africans with no option but to accept the vaccination, in order for believers to return to their places of worship.

He stated, “When I said ‘Don’t replace your faith in God with a faith in science,’ [You all] looked at me crazy. Right now, it’s pretty much illegal to go to church. Stay woke.” Many began criticising him for supposedly supporting a conspiracy theory around something that could help the country, and asked that he avoid talking about it.

AKA chose to respond to one user, stating, “You [are] right. Actually, my bad, there is absolutely no reason, whatsoever, for us to not trust the western world’s intentions for Africa and for Africans. I mean, when have they ever let us down?”

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