- AKA and Anele Nellie Tembe were living their best lives in Cape Town before the tragic incident took place
- It truly looked like AKA and Nellie were happier than ever, but that just proves that social media shows only one side
- AKA and Nellie spent their last hours together shopping, laughing and having what looked like a really great time
AKA and his beautiful late fiancé Anele Nelli Tembe spend their last days together in absolute bliss. The love birds were in Cape Town, living their best life, never expecting a tragedy to take place.
Social media stories showed AKA and Nelli shopping, chilling and laughing. One of the last things they did together was to go shopping at the Laduma Ngxokolo's store.
AKA shared a clip of Nellie in the store, doing what every woman does best, shop. Nellie smiled and laughed at the camera and honestly looked blissfully happy.
Nellie’s death came as a sudden shock, something no one was ever expecting to read in a headline. Fans were waiting for a beautiful wedding, not a funeral.
Deepest condolences to AKA and Nellie’s family.
Briefly News previously reported that AKA’s father, Tony Forbes, was among the speakers at the first prayer meeting held by the family of Anele ‘Nellie’ Tembe, a day after her untimely passing.
Nellie was engaged to rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes. She died after she allegedly dropped from the 10th floor of the Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town.
News24 reported that on Monday, 12 April, the Tembe and Forbes families got together to pay tribute to Nellie. The prayer meeting took place via Zoom due to the current Covid-19 regulations.
It was also reported that Nellie Tembe’s older sister Nondumiso Tembe recently took to social media to share an emotional tribute to her late younger sister.
Nellie passed away after falling from the 10th floor of the Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town in the early hours of Sunday morning, 11 April.
Nondumiso posted a photo with her little sister and said:
“My baby, Ngiphelelwe amazwi - Words fail me right now. We will hold you in our hearts forever. Lala kahle, mbali yethu. Thank you so much to everyone who has sent kind words of comfort.”
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