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Gun Allegedly Used In AKA’s Murder Recovered In Durban

The gun used in the murder of Kiernan “AKA” Forbes and Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane has reportedly been recovered. A man in his 20s was found in possession of the firearm in uMlazi, south of Durban, and was nabbed after being positively identified by ballistic testing. The police are yet to make an official statement regarding the case.

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AKA and Tibz were gunned down at point-blank range on 10 February 2023 outside Florida Road, Durban. It was reported that the gun was hired for the attack, although this has not been confirmed by the police. In March, four men were arrested in Cape Town, but they were later released as the police failed to charge them in connection to the murder.

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Lynn Forbes talks about the murder investigations

In an interview on ‘The Carol Ofori Podcast,’ Lynn Forbes, AKA’s mother, revealed her fears that the person who hired the hitmen to take out her son may not be found. Forbes said, “I don’t believe that the person who pulled the trigger hated my son … He was just doing a job. We might have an arrest on the person who pulled the trigger, but whether we find the person who paid for that bullet, that one, I’m not sure about.”

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AKA-Image Source@Twitter

Forbes’s statement came amidst several leads in AKA’s murder case. The recovery of the gun is the latest development in the case, which has sparked a lot of attention since the rapper’s death. Fans have been eagerly waiting for the police to release any updates on the case. With the recovery of the gun, the investigation may now move one step closer towards finding the truth behind AKA’s death.

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