Mzansi Reacts To AKA's Cringeworthy Interview With Thando

He said Nellie's passing is no one else's business

By  | Sep 13, 2021, 01:04 PM  | AKA  | Drama

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Social media users are cringing over AKA's awkward interview on 947's Thando Thabethe's '947 Drive with Thando' segment. During the radio tour to promote his new EP, 'You Welcome,' the rapper conducted the interview alongside Costa Tich, a collaborator with whom he worked.

Social media users felt the rapper was rude and disrespectful during the interview. This follows after Thando asked him about the tragic passing of his fiancee Nellie Tembe. The 21-year-old plunged to her death this year at the PaperClub hotel in Cape Town, and ever since she passed on AKA's is constantly asked to explain what happened leading to the events of Nellie's death.

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The rapper recently did an interview with Thembekile Mrototo and many felt he did not reveal all the details. In her question, Thando asked if AKA felt that he needed to speak more about Anele Tembe's death since he did not entirely mention it during the interview with Thembekile Mrototo.

A very defensive AKA asked Thando "so?" and proceeded to tell hr he does not want to talk about it.

"We have to speak about the elephant in the room...you had a sit down with one of our own Thembekile Mrototo a lot of people felt like you said nothing in the interview," she asked. An uninterested AKA said "so"

"Do you feel a need to say anything about the incident that happened?" asked Thando, but AKA told her it is not an incident to him but it is his reality. "You wanna call it an incident this is my life bro. To you it's an incident," he said. 

"It's nobody's business but my own. It is something that I am living with in my life, it's none of your business," he said. At the end of the interview, Thando gave AKA the middle finger, but high-fived it out and laughed.

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