Hip-hop artist AKA's fans have kept their Composure over the past few weeks but now they want their SupaMega to take on rapper Cassper Nyovest, and fill up the 94,000 seater FNB stadium.
On October 31, Nyovest - real name Refiloe Phoolo - became the first local musician to fill up the 20,000-seater TicketProDome.
Now fans have started an online petition asking AKA to #FillUpFNBStadium.
Sign your Petition ##FNBSTADIUMwithAKA or  http://www.petitions24.com/fnbstadiumwithaka

The petition reads: "AKA is the first South African musician to get four Best African Act nominations in one year; at the Black Entertainment Television awards in the USA, the MTV Europe Music Awards in Milan, the Mobo awards in the UK and Urban Music Awards also in the UK.

"We, his fans, would like an opportunity to celebrate the huge milestones with him in a big way and we are proposing that he unlocks FNB Stadium with us because we are the BADDEST team."
By yesterday the petition had garnered 1,570 signatures.
Nyovest and AKA, real name Kiernan Forbes, have gone toe-to-toe over the past few months in one of South African hip-hop's biggest beefs.
AKA drew first blood with the release of a diss track titled Composure, aimed at Nyovest.
The Mahikeng-born rapper promptly hit back with the release of Dust to Dust, which spared no insult as it laid out AKA's personal life, including the alleged affair between him and TV presenter Bonang Matheba.
But AKA claims that he has yet to hear the song.
He tweeted on Saturday: "Do you know that I've never actually heard Dust 2 Dust? The beat could come on and I'd be like 'what song is this?' Dead serious ... "
He added: "Imagine someone wrote a diss track for you and you never took the time to listen to it. That's some savage s***."
While AKA maintains that he has turned a blind eye and deaf ear to his archrival, it's all eyes on him to see whether the rapper will heed the call from his fans to fill up the over 94000-seater FNB stadium.
The move would certainly up the ante.
Nyovest has already announced that his next dream is to double the TicketPro Dome audience to 40000 by filling up Orlando Stadium next year.