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Breaking News: Akon in Controversial Territory with Tekashi 69

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Fans that were shocked that Akon would even work with 69, took their interests to Styles P who rather, urged fans to help their insusceptible framework. "I genuinely don't give a fux the way this is even a theme 2 talk about with all the racial strain n plandemic/pandemic makes me need to concentrate in harder on reminding you all 2 remain brilliant n support the invulnerable!" he composed. 

All things considered, Akon appears to hold no threatening vibe as he at long last reacted to Tory Lanez's unique remark on the melody. "Hahaha!!! LMAO. I need you to get up for section 3," Akon tweeted. 

A "Bolted Up" Remix Part 2 and Part 3 with Tekashi 69 and Tory Lanez? That would be intriguing, which remix would you say you are envisioning?

This conversation was embarked on Instagram and Twitter which almost spun out of control and too brash for the tastes of many who have begun to lose respect for Akon as much as the public already has with the viewpoint on Tekashi 69.

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