AKA to Make 1st Appearance After Tragic Loss of Nelli Tembe

AKA to Make 1st Appearance After Tragic Loss of Nelli Tembe

- South African rapper AKA is set to make his first appearance on stage since the passing of Anele Tembe soon

- This was revealed on a poster shared by Anele Mdoda about the annual Joburg Day festival

- It is not clear whether the actor was booked for the performance before the tragedy of Anele's passing occurred

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AKA is scheduled to make his first performance after the passing of his fiancée Anele ‘Nelli’ Tembe. The rapper is scheduled to perform at the 947 Huawei Joburg Day on the 28th of this month. It is unclear whether AKA made the commitment before the tragedy, but his name and face have not been removed from the poster.

Anele took to Instagram to share a poster from the event and it seems fans are super excited to see AKA performing again.

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If he performs, AKA will be sharing the stage with DJ Zinhle, Murdah Bongz and J’Something to name a few big names.

AKA to make 1st appearance after tragic loss of Nelli Tembe
AKA is set to make his first public appearance since his personal tragedy soon. Image: @akaworldwide
Source: Twitter

Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Kiernan 'AKA' Forbes has finally spoken up about the death of his fiancée, Anele 'Nelli' Tembe. In a statement released online, the rapper shared that the passing of “the love of his life” was difficult to process.

“Every day feels like a mountain to climb. I miss Anele so much and I'm heartbroken at the unfulfilled life we had planned together.”

The rapper went on to say that the tragedy took a toll on his mental health.

“Insinuations and innuendos made on my personhood have made it even more difficult to process, and the strain our families have taken is unspeakable.”

Forbes said that he has decided to retreat from the public in order to find some clarity over the situation. He went on to say that he would be handing over his social media accounts to his management for the time being. “Please respect our privacy as we go through our grieving process, and please continue to keep our families in your prayers.” AKA thanked all those who have been in his corner since the tragedy: his mother and father, the Tembe family, political allies and his Megacy fan base.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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