- Scoop Makhathini thinks that AKA needs to focus on coming clean with the truth to Nelli Tembe's family
- The media personality doesn't agree with AKA doing interviews with the public and wants him to bare all
- Scoop says the only way AKA will get closure is if he tells the truth about what really happened that day
Scoop Makhathini has spoken about what he thinks about AKA's situation in a recent podcast interview. Scoop thinks that AKA needs to focus on telling the truth, not just to the public but he needs to set the record straight with Nelli Tembe's family too.
The media personality wants AKA to give Nelli's family closure and they can only receive it once he tells the truth about what really took place the day she died. Scoop said he didn't watch AKA's interview with Thembekile Mrototo but he maintains his stance.
He says that the media doesn't matter in such a situation and what matters is Nelli's family. Scoop also said that he might not even watch the AKA interview because it will be hard for him to do.
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"If he cannot resolve this honestly for himself and the family of Anele, never mind the fans, career or anything else, he will never find peace out of the situation," said Scoop.
"I would urge him to find the truth and go give that truth to the woman's family. I don't know about doing one-on-one interviews right now."
Briefly News previously reported that Scoop Makhathini got slammed for speaking of AKA's alleged drug use. Mzansi musician and media personality Scoop Makhathini is being dragged on social media for speaking about AKA's alleged drug abuse problem.
Fans hosted a podcast and said that Scoop told Mzansi that AKA is on hard drugs and Bonang Matheba had introduced him to that life.
"Scoop told us that AKA is on coke and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that after the interview we had him right here at this place," said Rea, the host of the podcast.
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