Grieving the loss of family made Nicole Nyaba ‘unstable’, not AKA

Grieving the loss of family made Nicole Nyaba ‘unstable’, not AKA

- Nicole has been all over our news feeds lately due to the AKA drama

- An Insta user accused her of being 'unstable' due to AKA leaving

- She set the record straight by stating that the loss of 3 dear family members has made her 'unstable, not AKA

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Nicole Nyaba has been hitting headline a lot lately. The aspiring model and socialite recently implied that she may be "unstable" due to the severe amount of loss she has suffered.

The whole AKA drama has had the spotlight on Nicole for the past couple weeks. She stated that grief is the thing that has caused her to act out lately, reported Times Live.

From spilling the beans on her and AKA’s alleged relationship to threatening to send out nudes of a female that has relationships with an ex of hers, Nicole has really been putting herself in the firing line. learnt that she was recently dragged into a discussion on AKA’s ex’s by an Instagram user. The post accused AKA of leaving Nicole "unstable" after everything allegedly came to an end because of DJ Zinhle

Nicole fired back and told the user to leave her alone as they did not know what she was going through.

She cut the user down to size when she stated that she had just lost her Grandfather yesterday. She also highlighted that it was the third family member that she had lost in the past two years and that is a good enough reason to be “unstable”.

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Trying to keep her cool, Nicole told the user to leave her family out of it, especially when it came to “orange haired people’s lives”- obviously making reference to AKA.

It seems like Nicole has been through the most. Sometimes people need to take a step back and not make judgement when they are not 100% aware of the situation.

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