Rapper AKA will be performing at the Johannesburg Day event later this month.
The second Virtual Huawei Joburg Day will take place on Friday, May 28th, from 4pm to 7pm and will be streamed to 947.
This is AKA’s first appearance since his fiancé Anele Ngcong died tragically.
It’s unclear if AKA made a promise before the tragedy, but his name and face haven’t been removed from the poster.
947 hosts, Anele Mdoda, posted a poster for the day’s lineup, including AKA, DJ Zinhle, Mi Casa and Good luck.
AKA is also posted on the radio station website as part of the performers.
Last month, AKA broke silence two weeks after his fiancé died. Tembe is said to have died on Sunday, April 11th, at the Penthouse on the 10th floor of the Pepper Club Hotel in Cape Town.
In a statement sent to IOL Entertainment by rapper public relations manager Pumza Nohache, sadly overwhelmed AKA put his heart on his sleeve when he first talked about the pain of losing Tenbe.
“I lost my love for life … and it feels like a mountain to climb every day. I miss Anele very much, and I hurt my unfulfilled life we planned. “I am,” said AKA.
AKA asked a question in February, implying that AKA had begun negotiations on Robola just weeks before the deadly morning of Tenbe’s premature death.
In his statement, AKA revealed the emotional and psychological tensions that Tenbe’s death had given him, and stated that “innuendo” made it difficult to deal with his loss.
“The tragic loss of Anele has hit me emotionally and psychologically,” he said.
He states: “The hints and hints to my personality made the process even more difficult, so at this point I chose to withdraw to honor my journey.
The star continued to appreciate the continued support of his family, friends, and fans.
At the funeral of his daughter, prominent businessman Moses Tembe denied rumors that she had committed suicide in a letter, but hinted at the possibility of substance abuse.
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