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Nadia Nakai shares a beautiful video of her late boyfriend AKA

Mzansi Musician Nadia Nakai shared a beautiful video of her late boyfriend, AKA. In the video, the late rapper is seen rapping his verse off his single Paradise while standing beside Gyakie in the studio.  The verse was about his girlfriend, Nakai.

AKA and Nadia Nakai

After rapping his lines, he conversed with Bragga and told her he was busy rapping about her. I wish I discovered you early,” reads one of the lines from the verse. The video melted viewers’ hearts knowing that AKA loved Nadia Nakai loudly and purely before his life was brutally taken.

Nadia Nakai and AKANadia Nakai says her heart is still broken after her boyfriend, AKA, was assassinated in Durban on February 10 The grieving girlfriend laid all her emotions bare in an Instagram caption that was accompanied by a video of her treasured moments with Supa Mega Mzansi people were in their feelings but had to be strong for Nadia as she needed a shoulder to cry on.

Nadia “Bragga” Nakai left online users in tears after penning a heartbreaking post saying she still can’t believe AKA died

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In Other News – RHOD star Nonku Williams slapped with a R2 million lawsuit

Real Housewives of Durban star Nonku Williams is entangled in a R2 Million legal battle with a TV production company, a local publication reports. According to the tabloid, Mmadipotwana Media is suing Williams for reputational damage, breach of contract, and loss of income after the reality TV star apparently failed to honour an agreement with the company.

According to a local publication, Mmadipotwana Media, which is owned by businesswoman Moleboheng Mali, has filed papers in the High Court in Johannesburg, demanding Nonku Williams pay them R2.2 million.

Williams reportedly entered into a legal agreement with the company in February 2022. As per the agreement, the company would negotiate endorsements and travel sponsors for the Real Housewives of Durban star and also manage her image, among other things. See More

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