AKA not impressed by the assault had to cancel his performance » at the DSTV Irock Festival and took to his Twitter handle to express his dissatisfaction.
Now, Black Coffee has apologised for his viral altercation with AKA’s manager.
After fans waded into the beef between the two artistes, with many taking Black Coffee’s side, the DJ has finally apologised for his actions.
" I am sorry, I truly apologise, I am not that guy, " he said.
The feud started when AKA wanted to perform during Coffee’s set time at DSTV’s I Rock Music Festival on Saturday after he came hours late and missed his own set time.
In the short video, Black Coffee was seen talking to two men, but the conversation went downhill as the DJ planted a slap on AKA’s