- Moses Tembe, who is the late Nelli Tembe's father, has responded to AKA's interview about his relationship with Nelli
- AKA alleged that he was denied an opportunity to speak during his late fiancée's funeral
- Moses said AKA never asked for an opportunity to speak during the funeral and denied that the Tembe family wouldn't give the rapper the opportunity
Nelli Tembe's father, Moses Tembe, has denied that AKA wasn't allowed to speak during his late daughter Nelli's funeral.
AKA appeared on a TV show on Saturday night and opened up about his relationship with Nelli. The Fela In Versace rapper also spoke about the day of his bae's funeral.
Nelli died on 11 April in Cape Town. She apparently fell from the 10th floor of hotel in the city, according to most reports. Supa Mega said he was shook when he realised that he had been "denied" the opportunity to say a few words at the 22-year-old's funeral.
According to TimesLIVE, Moses said AKA never made a request nor was he denied an opportunity to read his message during the funeral. Moses further said AKA's friend and his father spoke alongside Tembe family members when they held memorial services all week preceding Anele’s service.
In related news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi rapper AKA recently did an interview with journalist Thembekile Mrototo about what transpired the day that his late fiancée Anele 'Nelli' Tembe fell off the 10th floor of a hotel in Cape Town.
Nota Baloyi has given his two cents about the situation and is not happy with AKA.
"You fly your wife to Cape Town, you bring her to your workplace and when things get heated, you remove yourself from the situation you created. Take accountability, you’re a grown man and she’s still a child at 22... #AKAzwakali and there’s no way to come out of this looking good!" he said.
Nota feels that AKA is not taking full responsibility for the situation and thinks that he didn't do enough to protect Nelli. AKA said that he left Nelli alone in the hotel room and "removed himself" because their arguments were getting too heated.
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