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AKA Shooting| Three Suspects Nabbed 

The police have reportedly arrested three people in connection with the death of the late rapper Kiernan Forbes, who was popularly known by his stage name AKA.

According to a source involved in the investigation of the rapper’s murder, the people suspected of committing the crime have been apprehended in Cape Town and are currently under police custody, as per IOL’s report.

The suspects are expected to be transported to Durban.

When approached for comment, Colonel André Traut, the spokesperson for Western Cape police, declined to provide a statement and referred all inquiries regarding the arrests to the KwaZulu-Natal police.

“It is a KZN case, should we get any information, it will be sent to them. You should contact them for information,” he said.

KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson Colonel Robert Netshiunda also refrained from confirming whether the arrests had been made or not.

“We have not received any update on the AKA case,” he said.

South African rapper AKA and his friend Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane were killed following a shooting incident in Durban in February.

AKA was targeted while he was standing outside the Wish restaurant, when an assailant approached and shot him in the head, resulting in his death.

AKA Bodyguard Reveals Security Loopholes The Night AKA Was Killed

Anwar “Dogg” Khan, who served as AKA’s bodyguard, has recently disclosed some security oversights that may have contributed to the rapper’s untimely death.

Speaking on the talk show “My Guest Tonight” on eTV, Khan revealed that AKA and his team had ignored security protocols by visiting Wish, the restaurant where the rapper was fatally shot.

Khan went on to accuse AKA’s road manager, Siya Mdluli who is also known as Scorpio Siya, of orchestrating the breach of protocol that resulted in the ill-fated visit to Wish.

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