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Toxic Relationship, Arguments, Suicidal, Threats, Grief And Love Story: AKA On Nellie Anele Tembe’s Death

SA Hip Hop star, AKA opens up about the toxic relationship, arguments, suicidal acts,  threats, grief and love story with his late fiancée, Nelli Tembe.

The drama that has followed Nelli Tembe’s passing has been overwhelming and shocking for all of us. Mzansi was shocked to discover that her relationship with SA Hip Hop star, AKA wasn’t all that it seemed. Some have described it as tumultuous.

Anele “Nelli” Tembe allegedly jumped to her death from the 10th floor of the Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town on April 11th, 2021. Following her death, videos and photos showing the true nature of her relationship with AKA surfaced and social media was ablaze with them. One of the videos showed Supa Mega tearing down a door to get to her. Apparently, Nelli had sent the videos and photos to her friends while she was alive.

Mzansi has since been flooded with reactions to it. While many have questioned AKA’s involvement in Nelli’s death, others have called for the “Cross My Heart” to be muted across radio stations and streaming sites in the country. Finally, AKA has spoken out and told his side of the story. He recently featured in an interview with Thembikile Mrototo on The Bar Leader TV where he spoke about the toxic relationship, arguments, suicidal acts, threats, grief and love story between him and Anele.

He opened up about the grief he has felt since her passing. He shared that they had plans to build a family together and he had just laid lobola, but that was cut short when she passed. He also revealed what went down before her death.

According to him, they had been arguing, and he removed himself from the environment when things got heated. Apparently, things got so heated that she removed her ring and threw it at him. He went into the bathroom, and by the time he had come out, he couldn’t find her in the room. He also spoke about seeing her dead on the ground.

Watch the full interview below.

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