- Kiernan “AKA” Forbes's father has spoken out in his son's defence in the wake of calls to mute the rapper
- Social media users are using the hashtag #MuteAKA amid investigations into AKA's fiancée Anele “Nelli” Tembe's death
- Tony Forbes, AKA's dad, called for calm and that the allegations against his son need to be investigated but people musn't jump to conclusions
Rapper Kiernan “AKA” Forbes is under pressure from social media users over the death of his fiancée Anele “Nelli” Tembe.
Investigations into her death have continued prompting social media users have started a hashtag #MuteAKA.
Tony responded to Women For Change, an NPO which champions the rights of women. He said that the NPO was necessary but the allegations against his son need to be examined properly and that the videos which have surfaced of AKA breaking down a door need to examined in the context of the situation according to The Sowetan.
He said that his son is pouring his feelings into his music at the moment and is not able to articulate himself well.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has called for AKA’s music to be muted from radio amid accusations that he abused the late Nelli Tembe.
As more videos of the toxic relationship leak, Mazwai believes that it is irresponsible to have his music played on radio. Taking to social media, she posted:
“I think all radio stations need to mute AKA music till further notice...”
The media personality did not directly confront the people who mentioned her but she did offer some strong words about what she thought of the situation.
Bonang has been accused of influencing AKA to pick up an alleged drug habit. Taking to social media, Bonang posted a cryptic message about the situation. She said:
“...filth everywhere! Enjoy your day.”
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Source: Briefly News