AKA Releases Statement Amid Damning Reports of Abusing His Late Fiancée Nelli Tembe

AKA Releases Statement Amid Damning Reports of Abusing His Late Fiancée Nelli Tembe

- AKA has released a statement following accusations of having a hand in the death of Anele Tembe

- A day after his statement, a local publication released footage of the rapper smashing a door as Tembe hid

- AKA's response to the video was insisting that the death was a suicide and he was not involved in her choice

AKA left fans a little confused on Saturday, when he released another statement discussing the death of Anele 'Nelli' Tembe.

The statement slammed suggestions that he had anything to do with her passing. It all became clear on Sunday morning, when a local publication reported that they were in possession of a video showing AKA allegedly abusing the late Tembe.

AKA releases statement amid damning reports of abuse of late fiancée Nelli Tembe
AKA is dispelling accusations of abusing Nelli Tembe. Image: @akaworldwide
Source: Twitter

News24 reported that they are in possession of a video showing AKA breaking down a door to get to the 22-year-old, who was hiding out in the bedroom. The incident allegedly occurred in their Bryanston home on March 13.

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The publication also further reported that a friend of Nelli has spoken out that AKA had previously been abusive towards Nelli and "smashed her face against the wall".

In AKA's statement released the day before, the rapper said that he will not stand back and watch people smear his name.

"I am a passionate and emotional person, what I will not stand for is watching people attempt to disparage my name and importantly Anele's character to suit a narrative we both never signed up for."

The statement went on to insist that Nelli committed suicide.

"What I will say as my truth, I was and still am madly in love with a girl carrying whatever past traumas she faced before I met her."

He also said that he hopes everyone affected by Anele's choice would come to terms with her passing and heal.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that 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.

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

Source: Yen

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