- DJ Tira and his wife Gugu Khathi were dragged on social media for taking pictures at a funeral recently
- The funeral was that of AKA's fiancée Anele 'Nelli' Tembe and fans were just not impressed with the snaps
- Social media users took to the comments section to condemn DJ Tira and Gugu for showing off at the funeral
DJ Tira and his wife Gugu Khathi have been getting flamed on social media after posting a picture at AKA's funeral. Many people in Mzansi felt that this was insensitive and they were focused on looking good at the funeral instead of respecting those who were mourning.
DJ Tira posted a candid picture of himself and his wife Gugu leaving the funeral and they looked great. They were dressed in black they were both wearing shades to compliment their outfits. Tira captioned his post:
"RIP Anele Tembe. Strength to the Tembe and Forbes family."
Although Tira might've thought that he was doing a good thing by wishing strength to the families, other social media users were just not impressed and thought that Tira's post was in bad taste.
Check out the reactions from social media users below:
"Rest in Peace, Oh and here's how we looked. Black people think funerals are a fashion show."
"This thing of people posting pictures of themselves at a funeral and posing. Ai it's weird and insensitive."
"At a funeral, we go to mourn not take pictures for Top Billing wena Tira."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DJ Tira and Sjava showed AKA support at Nelli Tembe’s funeral service. Anele ‘Nelli’ Tembe’s funeral service took place on Friday, 16 April at the Durban Convention Centre.
It was an emotional day where many A-list celebrities gathered to pay their respects. AKA was blanked by emotions. Seeing him lifeless and empty is something that has never been seen before. Fellow Mzansi artists such as DJ Tira and Sjava attended the funeral to show their support.
Heartbreaking pictures of Mzansi celebrities at the funeral were shared by True Love magazine on social media. The picture of Sjava hugging AKA is enough to bring tears to your eyes.
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