When it comes to the music industry, there have been numerous tragedies involving talented artists. The hip-hop genre, in particular, has had its fair share of losses, with some of the most well-known being the deaths of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. And now, fans and the general public are asking “Who killed AKA?”
AKA, whose real name was Kiernan Forbes, was a South African rapper who was well-known and loved by many. Tragically, he was shot and killed outside of a restaurant in Durban, South Africa, where he had been having a meal and spending time with friends. This meal was reminiscent of the Last Supper, where Jesus gathered with his disciples for a final meal before his arrest and crucifixion.
The CCTV footage of the incident shows AKA embracing a friend and shaking hands with him before being shot by a man wearing a white sweater and hat. The shooter can be seen sprinting up to AKA and firing multiple times, causing the rapper to fall to the ground. The rest of the people at the scene flee, and the shooter runs across the road and disappears.
AKA Last Supper
The rapper was eating with his friends at Wish restaurant in Florida in Durban, South Africa. The Instagram story footage from that night shows the rapper and his friends laughing and enjoying each other’s company at a table, similar to the Last Supper where Jesus had a final meal with his disciples before his arrest and crucifixion.
Like the Last Supper, AKA’s last meal with his friends was a reminder of the fleeting nature of life and the importance of cherishing time with loved ones. Unfortunately, this joyful moment was cut short when AKA and his friend Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane were shot and killed at close range outside of the restaurant.
AKA Last Hug
The Last Supper and Last Hug of Kiernan Forbes, also known as AKA, have become significant moments in the rapper’s death. AKA was having a meal with his friends at Wish Restaurant in Florida, Durban on the fateful night of Friday, 10th February. This meal was a reminiscent of the Last Supper that Jesus shared with his disciples, a moment of camaraderie, laughter, and joy before his impending crucifixion.
Just like the kiss given by Judas in the Garden of Gethsemane after the Last Supper led directly to the arrest of Jesus by the police force of the Sanhedrin, AKA also received the last hug before he was shot in the head in the now-viral CCTV footage. The person who gave AKA his last hug is believed by some to have sold out the rapper, just like Judas betrayed Jesus with his kiss. However, the truth is that the person who hugged AKA last was his best friend and former manager who owned a restaurant next door to where AKA was eating. This hug was a friendly greeting between two homies, but it ultimately resulted in the tragic death of both AKA and his friend.
The Last Supper and Last Hug of AKA have become symbolic of the rapper’s life, death, and the events that surrounded it. The Last Supper represents the final moment of happiness and togetherness, while the Last Hug symbolizes the betrayal and tragedy that followed. These moments serve as a reminder of the fragility of life and the impact that one’s actions can have on others.
Who Killed AKA?
The death of South African rapper Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, also known as AKA, has sent shockwaves throughout the country and the music industry. AKA was shot and killed on February 10, 2022 outside of Wish restaurant in Florida Road, Durban, along with his former manager, Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane. The incident occurred after 22:00 and the men were walking towards their vehicle from the restaurant when they were approached by two armed suspects who shot them at close range. The suspects then fled the scene on foot, and both AKA and Motsoane were declared dead at the scene.
The motive behind the shooting is still unknown, but there are several theories being circulated. One theory suggests that the rapper was targeted in retaliation for the death of his fiancée, Anele Tembe, who died after falling from her hotel room in Cape Town in April 2021. According to reports, AKA has been on the radar of those who feel he played a role in her death and was warned not to come to Durban, where Anele hails from and where her father holds a prominent position.
Another theory involves the person who gave AKA his last hug before the shooting. Some music fans believe that the person betrayed AKA, much like Judas betrayed Jesus, but the truth is that the person was AKA’s best friend and former manager who owns a restaurant next door to where AKA was eating. The hug was just a friendly greeting between the two, but unfortunately, the person also became a victim of the shooting.
The police in Durban are reportedly investigating a person of interest who might have ordered a hit on the rapper. However, police spokesperson Robert Netshiunda has stated that it is still early in the investigation and that the team is yet to brief him.
CCTV footage of the incident has emerged and has been widely shared on social media. Fans of the musician are still paying tribute to the talented rapper, who was killed ‘execution style’ in the shooting.
AKA was a highly acclaimed rapper, who had a successful career both nationally and internationally. His death has left a huge void in the music industry, and many are still struggling to come to terms with the loss.
The tragic death of South African rapper, Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, better known as AKA, has left the music world and fans in shock. AKA was shot and killed outside of Wish restaurant in Florida, Durban on February 10th, where he was having a meal with friends. The last moments of his life, including the last supper with friends, have become the topic of much speculation and investigation. The final hug he received has also been compared to that of Jesus’ last kiss from Judas. The motive for the fatal shooting is still unknown, and the police are investigating the case. As fans and the music industry continue to mourn the loss of such a talented and beloved artist, the mystery surrounding his death remains.
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