The ban of all AKA’s music has been called upon by GBV Organizations urging the radio and TV stations together with streaming portals to stop playing his music until further notice.
This has been called upon after the videos of AKA having a wrangle with his then fiance Anele “Nelli” Tembe got leaked on social media a couple of hours ago.
The video depicted AKA breaking the door to get inside the room that Tembe had gone to hide inside.
In another short clip, a screaming Anele Tembe was heard saying, “You guys don’t know what he’s been doing to me,” in part got the social media people siding with the GBV stand on Kiernan Jarryd Forbes professionally known as AKA.
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Anele Tembe passed away on 11 April 2021 in Cape Town, since then, a lot of people has shared their own side of the story sorrounding her death, of course none has been substantiated since they’re all speculations.
The Women For Change Organization which is founded by South Africa’s largest all women running community, CMIYC(Catch Me If You Can) is the one spearheading the #MuteAKA campaign on social media demanding justice for the late Anele “Nelli” Tembe.
“We are demanding all Radio Stations, TV stations, @spotifysa , @youtubemusic , @applemusic and @cruzvodka to #MUTEAKA with immediate effect!
Mute AKA music on your #Spotify #AppleMusic #YoutubeMusic Account or other streaming platforms.
It is overdue to show South Africa once and for all that women matter! We want justice for Nellie! #womenforchange #southafrica #justicefornellie #metoo #EnoughisEnough #sayhername” Women For Change shared on their social media pages.
— Women For Change (@womenforchange5) May 10, 2021
The #MuteAKA seems to be attracting a lot of netizens on social media. In 17 hours since the Women For Change shared the #MuteAKA hash tag on Instagram, it has been shared over 1000 times on Instagram alone.
The muting of AKA’s music even attracted GBV Activist Ntsiki Mazwai who called upon the muting of all AKA’s music completely writing, “I think all radio stations need to mute AKA music till further notice …”
There have been other women who sought out to have their identity withheld sharing their own story about AKA being violent to women in the past.
It seem that Anele wasn’t the only one, who was allegedly abused by Kiernan. We’ve received this DM 💔 pic.twitter.com/RYHFJgL30w
— Women For Change (@womenforchange5) May 9, 2021
In another DM that was shared to the GBV organization, it highlights one of the alleged episodes AKA had to go through due to alleged drug addiction, his nose kept bleeding during the video shoot that it had to be postponed to the next day.