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Kiernan and Scoop at war: Radio personality, Scoop on fire after revealing that AKA abuses drugs



Tweeps have called out Radio personality, Scoop over his alleged reports that South African rapper AKA is abusing drugs.

The  TV personality Siyabonga Ngwekazi shocked fans with his damning revelations.

After making this known on Twitter tweeps are not getting along with him. The controversial podcast host claims that Scoop said AKA is abusing drugs and that he was introduced to drugs by his ex-girlfriend Bonang Matheba.

The podcast host Rea said: “Scoop told us that AKA is on coke and Bonang is the one that got him into Cocaine, Scoop told us that after the interview we had him right here at this place…so we know that AKA is into hard drugs.”

Reacting to the news today, AKA said he is sad that many people that he trusted with his deepest troubles are now using those troubles against him.

Meanwhile, a viral video of AKA abusing her late girlfriend has surfaced online.

This is coming weeks after Anele ‘Nellie’ Tembe death, the mystery of why she decided to take her life is still haunting many, as they try to join the pieces of her life, which might provide a clue to her tragic demise.

Nellie Tembe jumped to her death from the tenth floor of Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town, after sharing videos of a happy hour the previous night.

Nellie’s death was initially ruled as a suicide when the news first broke out, however, her father, Moses Tembe vehemently denied that his daughter committed suicide nor did she have any mental health issues.

Moses Tembe seemed to imply that drug and alcohol abuse were to blame for his daughter’s demise.

Now the blame has been shifted to the man in her life, AKA, who according to the late Nellie’s friend was abusive.

Nellie’s friend shared a video with News24 which shows AKA using his hands to violently break down a wooden door, to enter a bedroom where Anele ‘Nelli’ Tembe was hiding, after they had a dispute.

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