South African rapper has been accused and held responsible for the cause of his fiancée, Nelli Tembe’s death.
This accusation has taken centre stage in South Africa after an anonymous relative has alleged that the rapper subjected Nelli to abuse, cheated on her and introduced her to drugs.
SA podcast host MacG has sent social media into a spiral after he revealed that a relative of the late Nelli Tembe sent him a letter.
The podcast host said that the alleged relative did not name themselves and requested to stay anonymous but revealed more details into the toxic relationship between AKA and Nelli, including how AKA allegedly slept with Da Les’ baby momma.
The letter alleges that AKA was abusive towards Nelli and his cheating ways led to her behaving irrationally.
When she saw the incriminating messages between the two lovers, Tembe reportedly exploded and told Da Les.
It has been reported that the two rappers are now no longer friends due to the drama. Reading the statement on his podcast platform, MacG revealed that the Tembe family did not think that AKA really loved Nelli and was rather using her to get close to her family’s wealth.
The allegations that AKA introduced Tembe to a life of drugs were repeated by the anonymous source. The claims are causing uproar on social media as Mzansi digested the contents.
Nelli Tembe, the fiancée of popular South African hip hop artist, AKA, died after she reportedly jumped out from the tenth floor of a hotel in the early hours of Sunday, April 11
The police had said they were investigating the death of the 22-year-old lady which occurred at the five-star Pepperclub Hotel in central Cape Town.
The details around the incident were sketchy, but Western Cape SA Police spokesperson, Captain Fredierick van Wyk said crime-scene experts were looking for clues at the hotel.
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