The rapper took to Twitter to share the news.
He wrote; “Now that the dust has settled… It’s important to note that all charges laid against is after the “incident” were thrown out of court.”
A few months ago fellow rival rapper, Cassper Nyovest, accused one of AKA’s friends of pointing a gun at him when he was scheduled to perform on SABC1 Live Amp during a live TV shoot.
Cassper then opened a case with the police.
At the time Cassper took to social media saying: “I will not be performing on live tonight. I get to the make up room and Aka’s homie pushes me. I asked him to chill & pushed him back, that’s when he pulled out a gun on me, pointed it to my face. I walked out and then and there I decided I will not do this stupid shit no more.”
AKA and his camp denied these claims.
In response AKA said: “I thought about it…since I didn’t do anything, I don’t owe anyone an explanation…no statement from me, just hit records.”