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AKA’s Death: Records Show Mastermind Received R800K Hours Before Rapper’s Murder

AKA’s Death: Records Show Mastermind Received R800K Hours Before Rapper’s Murder

Further information about the late rapper Kiernan “AKA” Forbes has surfaced on social media in the wake of the apprehension of the individuals suspected to be responsible for his death.

The value of life is immeasurable, yet AKA’s life was allegedly taken for a mere R800K. Recent records indicate that prominent businessman Mziwethemba Harvey Gwabeni received this sum in his First National Bank (FNB) account just hours before the tragic murder of the Fela In Versace hitmaker.

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As reported by Sunday World, Gwabeni purportedly utilized the funds to enlist a group of assailants. The article further suggests that the accused individuals – Lindokuhle Mhlaliseni, Siyabonga Gezani, Melusi Dave Ndimande, and Thabani Mkhwanazi – were seen near the businessman’s residence later that same day.

Reportedly, AKA was trailed to Wish Restaurant on Florida Road by vehicles purportedly hired by Gwabeni. Additionally, the businessman allegedly disbursed R133,000 to the suspected assailants following the killings of AKA and Tibz.

Social media users are urging authorities to reveal the individual who deposited the R800K into Gwabeni’s account. Speculation is rife that this mysterious payer holds significant power and may be beyond the reach of the law.

@NdzaviDerrick said:

“It has to be a big account for it to be allowed to transfer R800 000 in one day. And that account had to be verified by the bank especially the owner/s.”

@Sandiso__N commented:

“AKA case looks like it’s gonna be an easy case , but the mastermind is the most powerful man, who will make sure that no1 is sentence!”

@LeoCharles20326 added:

“It’s a scary world where a bounty is put on you while you are minding your own business few hours later you die.”

@Dingswayo_N commented:

“Who deposited the money we should start there, not these pieces to mislead us.”

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