- DJ Zinhle and AKA have split up after being back together for less than a year
- According to reports, the two split up after DJ Zinhle's birthday
- They had a very public break up last year amidst accusations of cheating
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South Africa's favourite couple has split. DJ Zinhle and AKA have ended their relationship which they rekindled less than a year ago.
Briefly.co.za learned that the couple got back together in March last year after a very public breakup amidst accusations of cheating.
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According to The Citizen, AKA ended the relationship in December not long after her birthday and the couple did not spend the festive season together.
The gossip being spread around is that AKA and DJ Zinhle had an argument at her party about friends and families meddling in their affairs. There were also rumours that DJ Zinhle was seen dancing with Cassper Nyovest, AKA's rival.
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After reuniting, Zinhle had experienced constant online harassment for her decision to get back with AKA.
Last year, on getting back together, she said: “If there is an opportunity for me and someone to reconcile and if I feel I want it, I will take a chance because I don’t want to question myself four years later. The fact that I want to try, the fact that I have a feeling that I want to try and that I want to be with this person, it’s what I want right now and I always go with what I feel and making the best decisions for myself right now.
“Tomorrow I might wake up and feel it’s a bad decision to be back with the father of my child. Tomorrow I might feel like it’s a great decision, but right now, being with the father of my child brings me joy and that’s what I want right now.”
Last week, Briefly.co.za covered a story about how DJ Zinhle gushed over AKA which makes the news of the break up that much shocking.
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Source: Briefly News