AKA finally speaks out through his legal team on the accusation of assaulting his late fiancée, Anele Nelli Tembe.
The rapper plainly said the photos and videos that went viral on social media didn’t detail the full event.
Supa Mega distanced himself from Gender-Based Violence and in an official statement shared by TshishaLive, he promises to answer every query.
Rudolph Baloyi, senior associate at Mabuza Attorneys said:
“Mr. Forbes takes the current events playing out since this past Sunday seriously. It is regrettable that he and his band are now associated with GBV. However, he assures his fans and the public that he is not a perpetrator of GBV. In due time he will respond fully to all questions and queries. Currently, the situation is heavy on him and his family as a whole.”
“It is also difficult to deal with public outcry and condemnation on social media. The screenshots from an unreleased video seen over the past weekend online are not a true reflection of the alleged situations that arose on the day.”
AKA still loves his late fiancée according to a statement published last Saturday; he said he’s not a suspect, rather a witness.
Meanwhile, a GBV organization has called out people and streaming platforms to mute the rapper’s song in other to get justice for Anele Tembe.