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AKA’s death: Mzansi reacts to CCTV footage #RIPAKA

CCTV footage revealing how AKA was shot surfaced on social media. On Friday night, the rapper was shot after stepping out of “Wish” restaurant on Florida road, Durban.

He was pronounced dead and his parents confirmed his death on Saturday morning.

Hours after South Africans demanded CCTV footage, it finally got delivered and went viral on social media.

As seen in the video, an unidentified man walked down and shot the rapper who was hugging his now-late-friend, Tibz.

The unidentified hitman wore a white face cap and white top. Photos and Videos of the scene have gone viral with people demanding justice.



Social media investigators have begun analyzing the video which has garnered several reactions.

Katlego – That hug AKA gave that guy is crushing me… He was really in a good mood that day… I just hope that he felt no pain and that it was over quick.. That’s the least thing i can ask for cuz man… This is really hurting me this fuckn poster is makin me mad!! #CCTV #RIPAAKA

Supernova – …the guy who wore a white t-shirt & khakhi pants must be brought in for questioning. he was communicating with a guy in all black who ran off with the hitman. #CCTV

AKA and Nadia Nakai

Siv Ngesi – You sick fucks! #CCTV

In other news – All you need to know about AKA #RIPAKA

AKA, also known as Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, is a South African rapper and songwriter who has been a prominent figure in the music industry since his debut in 2002. Born in Cape Town, he started making music at a young age and quickly rose to fame with his unique sound and style, blending traditional South African music with hip-hop and contemporary R&B. Over the years, AKA became one of the most influential and successful musicians in South Africa, winning numerous awards and accolades for his work.

One of AKA’s most notable songs is “Victory Lap,” which was released in 2016. The song was a huge hit, reaching number one on the South African charts and becoming one of the most streamed songs in the country. The success of “Victory Lap” was a testament to AKA’s talent and popularity, and it paved the way for his future success. Learn More

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