Apparently, hip-hop star AKA and his counterpart Cassper Nyovest are not planning to kiss and makeup anytime soon.
And if you thought the rappers have called a ceasefire on their feud, then you need to think again.
Following Cassper Nyovest’s failure to spellcheck his Fill Up Orlando Stadium T-shirts, AKA got one more opportunity to throw shade at him.
Meanwhile, he didn’t just waste the opportunity on throwing shades, he promoted his own pop-up store as well.
Come past the Pop Up store ???? …. We nice with the spell check. https://t.co/n0hIn78upJ
— AKA (@akaworldwide) September 14, 2016
Cassper recently shared some pictures of himself wearing some of the promotional outfits on social media. However, a mistake where the word stadium was spelt incorrectly got the attention of fans who are undoubtedly counting down to October 29 for the Fill Up Orlando Stadium concert.
Shortly after sharing the photos, hundreds of people commented; mocking and pointing out the error. However, it appears the rapper is not letting any of the derogatory comments deviate his attention from his ultimate goal.
Unfazed by the negative reactions about the error on his Fill Up Orlando Stadium shirts, Cassper said he will keep wearing them until he fills up the venue for the show.
In the meantime, hip-hop star AKA couldn’t let the opportunity slip as he quickly joined the act. AKA’s reaction came after a fan tweeted that they were going to attend the rapper’s upcoming show rocking one of Cassper’s controversial t-shirts to.
Nevertheless, in the bid to calm the situation, AKA suggested that Cassper may have made the mistake on his t-shirts on purpose.
Accordingly, in a message responding to the fiasco, Cassper asked whether the event would have gotten the attention of many if not for the error. In other words, the error was intentional and yielded desired results.
You think the Media would've written so many articles if the shirt had no errors?? Anything to destroy Nyovest huh ?? Thanx for the Promo ????
— FillUpOrlandoStadium (@CassperNyovest) September 13, 2016