Moses Tembe is said to have hired a private investigator to unveil the truth behind his daughter, Anele Nelli Tembe’s death.
The 21-year-old who died in April was immediately announced dead after jumping off a balcony at the Pepper Club hotel in Cape Town. She was said to have committed suicide, and in the rapper’s official statement shared some weeks ago, he didn’t deny the suicide reports.
However, Moses has thrashed the news, saying his daughter was never suicidal, but he referred to the abuse of drugs.
According to a source that spoke to Sunday World, the rapper believed the Tembe’s are trying to accuse him of what he didn’t do.
“The source also said tension between AKA and Anele’s family started when the Tembe family unceremoniously removed him at the 11th hour from the funeral programme. He was supposed to deliver a eulogy for Anele. Sensing that there was tension, AKA did not go to Anele’s parental house after the service but returned to his home in Joburg,” reads the publication.
Unveiling what transpired before Anele’s death, the source said a fight broke out between the two lovers in the hotel after retreating from a gig.
“He then video-phoned Anele’s cousin and explained to her that Anele was fighting with him and even showed her the injuries sustained to his hands.”
AKA later handed the phone to Nelli, so the cousin could help calm her down, and he excused himself to the toilet.
Sadly, it was reported that Nelli jumped off the balcony while talking to the cousin.