Star AKA Broke His Silence Two Weeks After His Fiancée Died!

Nelli Tembe allegedly fell to her death from the 10th-floor penthouse of the Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town on Sunday, April 11. 

In a statement, grief-stricken AKA wore his heart on the sleeve, as he spoke for the primary time about the pain of losing Anele.

“I have lost the love of my life … and each day seems like a mountain to climb. I miss Anele, so much, and I’m heartbroken at the unfulfilled life we had planned,” AKA said. Today Wednesday 5 May the rapper took to his Instagram to share a touching bible verse “I have told you this stuff, in order that in me you’ll have peace. during this world, you’ll have trouble. But take heart! I even have overcome the planet.” 
Star AKA Broke His Silence Two Weeks After His Fiancée Died!
Star AKA Broke His Silence Two Weeks After His Fiancée Died!
AKA popped the question in February, and just weeks before the fatal morning of Tembe’s untimely death, AKA had alluded to possess started the lobola negotiations. In his statement, AKA revealed the emotional and psychological strain Tembe’s passing has had on him, also stating that “insinuations” have made it difficult for him to affect his loss. “The tragic loss of Anele has taken an excellent toll on me, emotionally and psychologically,” he said. 

He said: “Insinuations and innuendos made on my personhood have made it even harder to process … which is why at this point I select to get back honour my journey, praying moments of stillness may bring me closer to some clarity.
” The star went on to thank his family, friend and fans for his or her continued support. At the funeral service of his daughter, prominent businessman Moses Tembe denied rumours that his daughter had committed suicide during a letter, but alluded to the likelihood of drug abuse. 
Star AKA Broke His Silence Two Weeks After His Fiancée Died!
Star AKA Broke His Silence Two Weeks After His Fiancée Died!

He also urged AKA to hunt God in order that he will become a far better man.


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