AKA offers R100k for evidence of cheating allegations, Twitter takes on the challenge

AKA offers R100k for evidence of cheating allegations, Twitter takes on the challenge

AKA, a South African hip hop recording artist and record producer, is furious after rumours emerged of him cheating on his girlfriend, Bonang Matheba, a South African television personality, radio host, and businesswoman.

It has been reported that on Sunday, AKA took to Twitter to make it clear to all of his followers that the cheating rumours are just rumours. AKA denied all allegations of him cheating on Bonang Matheba with Nicole Nyaba, a model.

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Briefly.co.za learned from buzzsouthafrica.com that AKA believes that journalists are out to destroy his character as they only ever write bad reports about him.

On Twitter, AKA stated that he won’t take it lightly when Nicole Nyaba is dragged into this nonsense when she is innocent. AKA went on to state that the accusations against him are ridiculous because he would never take a girl he was supposedly cheating with to his company's event.

According to reports, these allegations are negatively affecting Nicole’s relationship with her current boyfriend.

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Not long after, AKA stated that he’d award R100 000 to someone if they were able to find a picture of Nicole and himself where they were reportedly seen together.

Twitter users immediately took on the challenge and began to draw the two together or Photoshop the two together in a picture. Later, Twitter users requested payment for the evidence.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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