Is this just co-parenting? AKA and DJ Zinhle on holiday in Cape Town. On Monday, the rapper mentioned that he’s in Cape Town, and also shared some of his plans. “Go see my family in the plein ya know … buy some cool t-shirts on the long street and maybe do nothing at all for a few days just to recharge,” he tweeted.
The year is almost over and honestly, most of us are tired. We totally understand why AKA has decided to take a break and enjoy some much-needed downtime. Oh, and DJ Zinhle is right by his side.
Since then, he’s been sharing some snaps and videos on his Instagram page and, by the look of things, he’s really having a great time. Also, we couldn’t help but notice that the mother of his baby, DJ Zinhle, who’s built a very successful career for herself, is also in the Mother City.
Remember, the former lovers have a child together so this trip could simply just be a shopping spree for their daughter, and nothing romantic.
Aka and dj zinhle are doing this co-parenting thing right even when Kairo is not there they still co-parenting each other😭🔥😅
You guys should learn this what co-parenting means!! THREAD pic.twitter.com/DYURZYEG6k
— FEAR (@APEXworld_) November 27, 2018
Or maybe there’s more to this? In the last couple of months, AKA and Zinhle have been supporting each other quite a lot, even going as far as attending each other’s gigs. Remember when she went to his album listening session? Now that was cute.
In September, City Press reported that the two were spotted together at a Pretoria
nightclub, where the Levels rapper was performing. A source told the publication: “They came together with bodyguards and spent the entire night looking smitten with each other in the VIP section.”
Instead, they’re sticking to their “co-parenting” story. In a recent interview on Afternoon Express, Zinhle said: “We both have to have good intentions about whatever we’re having a conversation about at the time, so that at the end we both know whether it was not received the way that we wanted it to be received, whether someone found it offensive… it was brought forward in an uncomfortable way, but we know the intention was good.”