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Akon has been slammed for claiming that rich people suffer more than poor people. He was sharing his thoughts on the recent death of actor Michael K Williams (54). Michael died a few days back from a suspected drug excess.
The famous musician shared that The Wire star faced hardships that many other entertainers endure behind closed doors. The singer told TMZ in a recent interview:
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According to Complex, the superstar also spoke about substance abuse, and encouraged drug users to find help. The publication reports that the artist's opinion about "rich people" problems issues attracted negative comments online.
Tweeps took to the outlets' comment section to share their thoughts on Akon's comments. Check out what they said below:
@najar wrote:
@pdd8107 said:
@RodnezTweets commented:
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@KCNTRYDER wrote:
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In related news, YEN.com.gh reported that Black Coffee has reacted to the news of world-renowned actor Michael K Williams' death. The superstar was found dead on Monday, 6 September.
The popular Mzansi DJ took to social media to pay his last respect to the late thespian. Black Coffee and Michael met earlier this year when he was playing in the US.
Taking to Instagram, the Superman hitmaker posted a clip of when he met the actor in the US. The musician also took to Twitter and shared a video of Michael busting a move while he was playing at a gig overseas. Black Coffee captioned his Instagram video.
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In the clip, Coffee and Michael met for the first time and gave each other a warm brotherly hug.
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