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September 24, 2023

Revealed: SA rapper AKA allegedly killed as payback for tragic fall to death of late fiancée in 2021

According to reports, South African rapper AKA was intentionally shot and killed in retaliation for the tragic death of his fiancee, Anele Tembe.

Anele Tembe, AKA’s fiancée, died in April 2021 after falling from her hotel room in a Cape Town hotel.

According to reports, AKA has been on the radar of assailants who believe he played a role in Anele’s death.


As a result, he was barred from visiting Anele in Durban, Florida, where her father is almost the entire space’s leader.

AKA had been warned about a dragon on the outskirts of town, but he refused to believe it. He even shared his current location with his friends.

He wanted to make a strong statement about how he was not afraid of the threats to his life, so he decided to celebrate his 35th birthday on enemy territory.

Anele’s wealthy father and family have not recovered from the death of their daughter Anele in 2021, and it is widely assumed in South Africa that AKA was murdered in retaliation for not accepting responsibility for her fiancée’s death.

South African rapper AKA, born Kiernan Jarryd Forbes but professionally known as AKA, has been shot and killed ahead of his 35th birthday party, which was set to take place tonight.

The tragic incident occurred in front of YUGO nightclub in Stamford Hill, Durban (South Africa), where he was scheduled to perform that night as part of his 35th birthday celebration.

AKA is said to have been standing outside the nightclub when he was killed in a drive-by shooting.

Just before 10 p.m., two unknown cars are believed to have opened fire.

Details about the award-winning rapper’s death are currently scarce, as his assailants fled the scene immediately after shooting him.


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