It’s been just over seven months since rap superstar AKA and Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane were shot dead in Durban. Police have since located the gun used and identified several suspects. But the mastermind and motive for the brutal killings are still unknown.
AKA’s father, Tony Forbes, spoke about the family’s journey thus far. After seven months you’re starting to get to that stage where life is carrying on and things are becoming more quiet.
For me personally, at this point I feel the gap, the hole of him not being with us even more,” Forbes said. He said anything can trigger an emotional state.
As a family we continue to struggle to come to terms with what’s happened. We hear his voice every day. It’s something to be grateful for to hear him.
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