- Activist group, Women For Change SA, has increased the call to have AKA muted in entirety
- This comes after more information has emerged about the disturbing events leading to Nelli Tembe's fatal fall
- Some Mzansi social media users shave shared their thoughts about what they think may have happened in the time leading to her tragic death
The anti-gender-based violence group Women For Change SA has noted the new reports regarding the death of Nelli Tembe.
Sunday World reported that AKA and Nelli had a fight prior to her fatal fall.
The publication also reported that an autopsy on the late 22-year-old’s body has been done and the information is with the police.
According to the activist group, the new information was enough to continue calls to #MuteAKA in a bid to stand up against the abuse of women.
Social media users shared their thoughts about the post:
"This guy is still not saying what happened but he's only protecting himself."
"This is so sad, my heart goes out to her family. May God bring justice."
"If he had something to do with her death, he needs to be punished, can't let him get away with it!!"
"They came home, she stripped naked, they fight, he phoned the cousin on video call and handed a naked Anele the phone? Did the cousin confirm all this?"
"But you know what surprises about the whole thing, female celebrities are not saying anything. They are just quiet like nothing has happened. Weird."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that AKA and Nelli Tembe have been trending online after images and videos of their toxic relationship were leaked to the media.
Two more videos have emerged that from the Tembe and Forbes camps. In one of the videos, Nelli could be seen screaming and crying while a man tried to calm her down. She can be heard screaming:
“You don’t know what he is doing to me!”
The second video, which was allegedly released from a source within the AKA camp, shows the rapper filming the destruction in his house. He also films a crying Tembe, who is seen sitting on the floor while holding her head. The late 22-year-old could be heard saying:
“I just want my mom.”
AKA speaks in this video and alleges that Tembe was under the influence and attacked him. He clarified that he did not fight back and had a witness to prove it. He went on to say that he would use the video when they go to court.
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Source: Briefly News