After AKA's brilliant #OrchestraOnTheSquare concert, his mom, Lynn Forbes, took to her Instagram stories to open up about learning to love her kids through their mistakes while dishing out advice to other parents.
According to OkMzansi, AKA and his mom, Lynn Forbes, had a huge fight on Twitter a while ago, which should have been a conversation between just the two of them. This was, of course, following AKA's break-up with DJ Zinhle and his hook-up with Bonang Matheba.
Lynn has always had a soft spot in her heart for DJ Zinhle. Well, since AKA and Bonang split, the family was able to put aside their differences and work towards building their relationship and supporting each other again.
After the historic #OrchestraOnTheSquare concert on Sunday, Lynn shared some motherly advice on how to deal with and love your children through both good times and bad. Unfortunately the post is no longer available.
She wrote: "Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in them. Love is all that matters. Unconditional love. Sometimes we need to step back and love our children from afar, allow them to live life, make some mistakes, fall down, get up again... but they must always know that we love them, even when they can't believe we do... and when they come back, we just have to wait with open arms, without judgement and just shower them with love... the lessons they will learn by themselves, in their own time."
Sound advice indeed. She also shared a pic of her entire family, all who were there to support AKA in this historical event. See the post below.
Three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA sent a sweet shout-out to his mom, Lynn Forbes on Instagram.
We know that he acts all tough sometimes, but he wears his heart on his sleeve when it comes to family. We've seen a softer side of AKA now that he claims he found peace and stability with his family reunited.
In his shout-out to his mum, the rapper wrote: "Hey Mom ❤️ @lynnforbesza Ⓜ️ (even tho I don’t like this snake trend ) ... looking good."
Now that is a sweet man, a mommy's boy if you want to call him that.
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