Stogie T Delivers Heartwarming Message To Lynn Forbes Seven Months After AKA’s Passing. It has been seven months since the tragic news of AKA’s passing which shocked both South Africa and the world at large.
The Supa Mega, along with his friend Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane, lost their lives in a heartbreaking incident outside Wish Restaurant on Florida Road in Durban, leaving a profound impact on all who knew and admired them.
Tributes have poured in from fans, fellow artists, and public figures alike, all expressing their grief and honouring the influential artist. However, Stogie T‘s message to Lynn Forbes stands out as one of the poignant displays of support and empathy in these trying times.
In an Instagram post, Stogie T penned a heartwarming message to Lynn Forbes. The rapper thanked AKA’s mother for sharing with the world an immense gift in Kiernan Forbes. The post featured a photo of him (Stogie T) and AKA, in high spirits and immersed in the music during a live performance.
“They really loved you bro. Thank you @LynnForbesza for your blessing. The dignity with which you continue to handle this unimaginable loss is a credit to all Africans. We love you and thank you for sharing him with us.” Wrote Stogie T.
As Lynn Forbes continues to cope with the loss of her son, the outpouring of support from the music community, as exemplified by Stogie T’s message, serves as a reminder of the power of music to bring people together in times of grief and sorrow.
AKA’s legacy will undoubtedly live on through his music, and the love and support shown by fellow artists and fans will help the healing process for those who were close to him. Recently, the late rapper was honoured with the DStv Content Creator Award for his hit song Lemons (Lemonade) featuring Nasty C.
Stogie T also came through and paid his tribute to the multi-talented rapper with a tribute song titled ‘Survivor’s Guilt.’
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