Pictures: Don Design spotted laughing during AKA’s memorial service
Don Design gets dragged after he was spotted laughing at AKA’s memorial service. The DJ has been labeled an alleged suspect by social media detectives and it’s gradually tainting the brand he’s built for himself over the years.
Don is a friend of the late rapper and was with him on the day Kiernan Forbes “AKA” got shot in Durban.
The CCTV footage got some people thinking that Don Design knew something about the killing of the rapper, but the Forbes family slammed the reports.
“We do not condone what is being said about his friends and those making dangerous statements. We appeal to them to cease from doing so,” AKA’s father, Tony Forbes said.
However, some trolls are yet to back off from attacking Don as he gets slammed for laughing at the memorial service.
I don’t care who says what,I don’t trust this guy Don Design#akamemorial #DonDesign #RIPKiernan #RIPakaworldwide pic.twitter.com/oPYAUudMRw
— IG:Joy-Zelda (@joy_zelda) February 17, 2023
I’m more than convinced this Don Design knows something about the death of AKA #DonDesign
— Sabelo (@sabelostorm) February 17, 2023
Noorh maan guys something really feels off about this Don Design guy#DonDesign pic.twitter.com/JBwBWNvOiT
— Charlieafrikka (@JohnsonAwalle) February 17, 2023
Some tweeps defended Don Design against trolls; see tweets below:
I just wish someday someone teaches these keyboard warriors a lesson. Such accusations they making on Don Design is sickening #DonDesign #AKAMemorialService
— Choppa (@Choppa_Mat) February 17, 2023
If Don Design is innocent I can’t imagine what he must be going through right now. Your close friend being brutally murdered and the whole country accusing you of having a hand in it, yoh
— Michelle (@michellemoyo_p) February 17, 2023
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.
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