AKA sits down for first interview since Anele Tembe’s death

On Saturday, BarLeader Television aired a sit-down job interview with AKA (Kiernan Forbes), addressing the dying of his companion Anele Tembe, rumours of material abuse, and allegations that the rapper experienced been bodily violent through their marriage.

Anele fell to her demise from the 10th flooring of the Pepperclub Resort in Cape City on 11 April.

A month afterwards, a buddy of Anele’s spoke to Information24 about the abuse the 22-calendar year-old had allegedly suffered at the rapper’s fingers, sharing images of an incident in which AKA broke down a doorway at his Bryanston house to achieve Anele through an altercation.   

The job interview with BarLeader, AKA’s initial since Anele died, was hosted by journalist Thembekile Mrototo at the rapper’s property. It premiered at 19:00 on Saturday 22 Could on the BarLeader Television set YouTube channel but was removed a couple of minutes after because of to audio issues and uploaded yet again over an hour afterwards.

“The interview was shot dwell to tape. No enhancing,” BarLeader Tv founder Legend Manqele shared on Twitter.

Throughout the communicate with Thembekile, AKA resolved his troubled connection with Anele, the activities major up to her dying, and what took position after the incident.

The rapper was also vocal about the media coverage that followed, addressing the posts written about him and questioning resources and their motives for leaking details about his partnership.

Questions encompassing the law enforcement inquiry were being also brought up by the rapper, who claimed he experienced been given minimal details concerning the investigation so far.

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