Love is in the air between the famous South African rapper AKA and his new fiancee Nelli Tembe. The couple has been dating for months now. AKA revealed their relationship last year, months after his broke up with his baby mama DJ Zinhle.
AKA and Nelli's relationship has had ups and downs just like any other relationship. The couple got into a lover's quarrel late last year, which escalated into a physical fight where they ended up at a police station. But they managed to kiss and make up and things went back to normal, or even stronger than normal.
The couple started this year with a romantic love vibes. They've been posting their lovely pictures together on social media rocking some ponytail hairstyles, and even cuddling. Today AKA shared a picture of a woman's hand with a diamond ring on her finger, and it was obvious that that was Nelli's hand.On the other hand Nelli posted the same picture with a heart melting caption which was for AKA.
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