Scoop Makhathini Worried About AKA's Energy After Nellie Tembe Tragedy!

Scoop Makhathini is not one to mince his words. In a POPcast podcast chat recently, the media personality opened up about how the industry had been worried about AKA and Nellie Tembe since December.

This came after the reports that the young woman had tried to jump out of a window at the Hilton Hotel in Durban.

The podcast host proceeded to drop a bombshell when he said that he had been worried about AKA’s energy and what he attracted.

“To be honest with you, I’m worried about Kiernan’s energy. Like I’m not gonna speak about AKA right now, I’m just worried about Kiernan’s energy. He’s survived a lot of things, but the people around him don’t survive as much as him.“
Scoop Makhathini Worried About AKA's Energy After Nellie Tembe Tragedy!
Scoop Makhathini Worried About AKA's Energy After Nellie Tembe Tragedy!

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Jub Jub found himself on the receiving end of a social media dragging when he commented on the passing of AKA’s fiancée Nellie Tembe.

The 22-year-old sadly passed on after she fell from the 10th story of a hotel in Cape Town. Jub Jub took to social media to share his thoughts about the tragedy. He said:
“For the first time in my life, I questioned God.”

Social media users were not too impressed by his sentiment, especially since the media personality recently came out of jail for a heinous crime. Twitter user @mashibak said:
“You should have also questioned him when you run over those innocents.”

@thebraventshebe said:
“Sorry sir. With all due respect, don't ever question him. He brought you out of prison after you brutally took away 4 innocent lives and crippled many others, furthermore, he gave you a second chance whereas most out there haven't even got their first...”

@livinblue said:

“You really posting this for likes and it is working, you want to honestly say you did not question God when you run over those innocents?”

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