AKA Mother Nadia NakaiAKA’s mother gives props to Nadia Nakai for loving her son (Image Credit: Instagram via @lynnforbesza)

“I Am Forever Indebted To You”- AKA’s Mother Expresses Gratitude To Nadia Nakai For Loving Her Son

Lynn Forbes, AKA’s mother, thanked Nadia Nakai for showing her son lots of love and care before he passed away.

Lynn Forbes lauded Nadia Nakai for showing her appreciation and respect for the artist AKA who was shot and killed in Durban outside Wish Restaurant early this month.

AKA Mother Nadia Nakai
Lynn Forbes lauds Nadia Nakai for loving her son AKA (Image Credit: News24/@lynnforbesza)

Lynn Forbes publicly thanked Nadia Nakai for her love and support of the late musician AKA. Writing on her Instagram account, Lynn Forbes said:


Love is not a reason to tolerate disrespect

@nadianakai, I am forever indebted to you for the way you love and respect my son to this day.

You showed him what real love and respect is and you brought out the absolute best in him.”

 AKA’s mom said that she showed AKA a lot of affection, and when he was alive, Nadia also showed a lot of dedication and admiration for him.

“Kiernan was born with love, raised in love, and gave love to so many, and all he wanted in return was to be loved and respected in the same way. You gave that to him, and he died surrounded by love.

Thank you.”

Lynn Forbes posted some of Sylvester McNut’s love quotes about real love and its meaning.

“I don’t think most people understand what true love is. It’s not the cheesy “couple goals” posts for Instagram. It’s not the fancy dates, the happy hours, or the majestic nights laughing at silly movies. True love is waking up in the middle of the night to help you when you’re sick because I don’t want you to be sick alone. It’s being your shoulder to cry on, to vent to. True love is being your biggest cheerleader and toughest critic. True love is looking at each other on a spiritual level, a level so deep, that you can feel them when they’re gone. True love is six little words, “no matter what, I got you.” ~ Sylvester McNut.

Lynn Forbes also thanked South Africans and fans of AKA for being kind and helpful during difficult times.


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