- A body language expert from the School of Etiquette has weighed in on AKA's interview with Thembekile Mrototo
- According to the expert, who is named Courtney, AKA showed a lot of contempt in his actions during the sit-down session, among other physical 'tells'
- Investigations are still ongoing about what really happened the day that Nelli Tembe died in April
It's been a few days since AKA's interview with journalist Thembekile Mrototo about Nelli Tembe's death aired and there have been a lot of questions raised. A body language expert weighed in on AKA's attitude during the interview when she was hosted on MacG's Podcast and Chill session on YouTube.
The body language expert is named Courtney Kleu and she is the owner of The School of Etiquette. They teach the ins-and-outs of body language and she had something to say about how AKA behaved during his interview.
"We see him saying they said really mean things to each other and he shows anger. There's the thoroughgoing of the eyes and the eyebrows and you know the sounds that are congruent with what he's saying. He is recalling some nasty things and he shows anger," said Courtney.
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Courtney then said that when AKA spoke about Anele threatening to kill herself, he showed contempt and she found that very interesting. She said that he also showed contempt when he spoke about seeing her body on the ground.
The body language expert then also mentioned that AKA's lawyer and PR team prepared him well for the interview because of the way that he handled it.
In more news about AKA's controversial interview, Briefly News previously reported that Nota Baloyi ripped into AKA after speaking about Nelli Tembe's death.
After AKA's interview with Mrototo, Nota Baloyi gave 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.
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