Good news was not head today as a female rapper in South Africa dies from a fall.
Anele Nelli Tembe a young beautiful talented female rapper in South Africa, has passed away on 11th April 2021(Sunday morning) after falling from the upper floor of a five-star Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town.
Forbes and Tembe have released an official statement confirming the passing of Nelli Tembe.
The Tembe and Forbes family said, "It is with the deepest regret that we confirm the untimely passing of our beloved fiancée, daughter, sister, and daughter-in-law, Anele Tembe." Anele passed on tragically in the early hours of this morning, Sunday 11 April 2021.
A spokesperson from Nectcare 911 called Shawn Herbst confirmed the fatal incident to timeslive "Paramedics on scene have said a female had allegedly jumped from the 10th floor of that building. When paramedics arrived on scene, she had sustained polytraumatic injuries," Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst authored.
"Anele Tembe was in a critical condition and they started a full life-support resuscitation. Unfortunately her injuries were too severe and she was declared deceased," he added.
Both AKA and Tembe took their relationship to the next level earlier this year when a big question was popped by the rapper.
So far, this has been the saddest news head from the world of music this month.
May her sole forever be at peace.
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