AKA Spends Morning In Police Station After Beating His Bae Nellie Tembe

It was good while it lasted!!! AKA might have been love-struck but now he surely sounds tired or probably missing some old woman flavour.


The rapper who is known for dating women older than him, changed his gear earlier this year when he was spotted with Nellie Tembe who happens to be 21-years-old. After the two made headlines AKA wasted no time in spilling the beans and admitted that he was smitten and started sharing pics of himself with his new boo.

Before we all knew it, Nellie moved into his crib and they’ve been trying to serve us with some couple goals. Unlike how he did with DJ Zinhle, Nellie is littered all over his timeline. Ohhh.. we also forget to mention that he spoils her rotten with every chance he gets.
AKA Spends Morning In Police Station After Beating His Bae Nellie Tembe
Nellie Tembe

We’ve witnessed the two having some candlelit dinner, and then again buying her expensive gifts. Unfortunately, the department of love is no man’s play. On Friday morning AKA’s neighbours had to call police after they heard loud screams coming from the couple’s Bryanston home.

On getting there, the police found AKA and Nellie fighting with her bags packed saying she was leaving as he has been cheating on her. The police failed to control the two and had to escort them to Randburg police station.

“When the police got to the house, they were still fighting and her bags were packed. She told the police that she was tired of his behaviour and was leaving [him]. She told them that she was going to book herself into a hotel and stay there before going [back] home.”

Upon arriving at the police station the two went on to open criminal cases against each. Nelly said that the rapper had manhandled her while AKA argued that he acted out of self-defence after she slapped him.

“They both threatened to lay charges against each other, but in the end, they didn’t. They even called their respective lawyers who became mediators before leaving with their respective clients, After a long discussion and the realisation that they are not opening cases against each other, the two were told to go. But emotions were still running high. 

Nelly, who had left the house with all her bags, got into her lawyer’s car and left.”


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