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Bonang Matheba dragged following AKA’s death

South African media personality Bonang Matheba has topped the Twitter trends list for getting dragged for not paying tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes.

AKA died on Friday night after getting shot in Durban on Florida Road, while leaving the popular Wish restaurant. Unlike scores of celebs who have been paid tribute to the slain rapper, Bonang has been mum about his passing on social media.

Instead, sis is living her best life in New York and focusing on her iconic collaboration with Steve Madden. It is no secret that AKA and Bonang had a messy breakup in late 2017.


AKA caused quite a stir on social media when he took to Twitter to share that he had “mysterious stones” tied in a packet in his bedroom cupboard.

Although he didn’t name and shame the said female celeb he was dating at the time, many people assumed he was talking about his ex-girlfriend Bonang, since he was apparently subtweeting her.

“You think you know someone until you unpack all their shit and find rocks tied up in a plastic bag in your bedroom cupboard,” he wrote. “I’m not talking about bath salts . . . I’m talking the type of rocks you pull out of a river. What are they doing wrapped up in my bedroom? I don’t know. I never thought I would end up feeling so bitter about love.”


He also released a diss song titled Beyonce where he threw shade at Bonang whose nickname is “Queen B.” Now, tweeps have dragged Bonang for blue-ticking AKA’s death. The “B Force” has come to Bonang’s defense saying she does not need to say anything about the passing of the rapper.


In other news – ‘AKA pushed Anele Tembe from the balcony’

With hours to go before family and friends gather for Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes‘s memorial on Friday, damning reports have surfaced alleging that the multi-award-winning rapper shoved Anele Tembe off a balcony.

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The allegations came just days after the National Prosecuting Authority gave reasons for why it did not prosecute anyone for Tembe’s death. According to NPA spokesperson Eric Ntabazalila, after careful consideration, Western Cape Director of Public Prosecutions Nicolette Bell decided not to institute any prosecution for Tembe’s death, Learn More

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