AKA Funeral | South Africans Seek Answers on Their Safety
Written by Christopher Odiley on 18th Feb 2023
It’s the weekend. Its Saturday the 18th of Feb 2023. It’s the #AKAFuneral. Seemingly, South Africans has hardly witness anything like this since the passing of #NeslonMandela.
The country is in mourning, while others like DJ Tira vents their anger on the porous security situation in the country as supervised by Law Enforcment agencies.
Even as mournful as it is, some finds time to share some of the light moments of the Funeral as this video clip share on Twitter, where you can see AKA’s Father trying to celebrate with a sobering dance move, the life of his son filled with achievements and accolades within and outside the music industry throughout the world.
These people are really family… I like how uncle Tony shared his glass of Bev with DJ Zinhle… #AKAFuneral #AKAMemorial #RIPAKA #akamemorialservice pic.twitter.com/gSgW5mx9nh
— MsEve_za (@mofokeng_evelyn) February 18, 2023
In another symbolic tweet which come across so emotional and indeed a reflection of the Fatherly love AKA has for his daughter Kairo, the Rapper could be heard teaching his daughter how to say goodbye. This is symbolic as he (AKA) finally says Goodbye to the world. #RIPAKA
He's really gone 💔💔😭
They robbed us the life of Supa Mega, Kairo 's father.#AKAFuneral #RIPKiernan pic.twitter.com/rDYxCpY0nO
— Hermaine M (@HermaineM) February 18, 2023
AKA bids farewell to the world. To a better place!
Retweet and Follow me for more updates #AKAFuneral Nadia DaLes dj zinhle Don design sjava Anele tembe yanga moozlie bonang Jalas Ayra Starr #MasculinitySaturday Robert Gumede #akamemorialservice pic.twitter.com/lLWMHzEKCY
— Omwamba 🇰🇪 (@OmmwambaKE) February 18, 2023