AKA on his SneAKA x Reebok sneakers – “They didn’t pay me a single cent”


AKA opens up on what he suffered from Reebok brand as regards the sneakers partnership he had with them in 2019.

In October 2019, the rapper launched his own brand of sneakers in partnership with Reebok which was called sneAKA and on each foot wear, was written SUPA and MEGA, separately.

Many beleived it was a big win for him, so he also thought till he spilled out on Twitter that he hasn’t received any payment or royalty as regards that.

AKA says he isn’t producing any more sneakers but it was a dream come true.

“I had no choice … it was always a dream of mine to have my own sneaker. I guess that’s why I took a shitty deal in exchange for doing something for the culture,” he tweeted.

“Probably never again. They refused to give me any sort of payment or royalty.”

Read more tweets below:

Can you believe they didn’t pay me a single cent for this? … not one cent. https://t.co/EgW8AKkXBA

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

Probably never again. They refused to give me any sort of payment or royalty. https://t.co/WB0L9AzTcF

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

Yes. Really. https://t.co/6LdJox74lS

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

Shit happens. *shrug* …. in their mind they were doing me a favor. https://t.co/r0yDs47DuN

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

I had no choice … it was always a dream of mine to have my own sneaker. I guess that’s why I took a shitty deal in exchange for doing something for the culture. https://t.co/9UUKFEnnGq

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

Well, same thing that happens most of the time … you bring a brand back from the dead and someone in some office in Cape Town can’t stand to pay you more than they make in a year. https://t.co/0vwjLNXeqY

— AKA (@akaworldwide) May 14, 2020

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