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AKA thanks Ye for 'saving his life', reveals clinical depression diagnosis — The Citizen

Rapper Kiernan “AKA” Forbes has disclosed that he has been struggling with clinical despair due to the fact his past due fiancée Anele Tembe’s death in April.


He shared on his Instagram testimonies over the weekend that US rapper and manufacturer Ye, previously Kanye West, had stored his existence more than one times and thanked him for that.

AKA selected the music No Child Left Behind from Ye’s DONDA album to share how he become feeling.

He wrote: ” F**k it…I want to permit this to be known. Especially [with] so many human beings fighting every day.

“I changed into recognized with clinical depression many months in the past.”

AKA stocks his mental fitness struggles. Picture: Screengrab

The Tears Run Dry artist said he became placed on medicine after his prognosis and shared a photo of his capsules.

However, the megastar said he stopped taking them due to the fact they made him feel numb and defeated the motive of him feeling his feelings.

Picture: Instagram, screengrab

AKA stated humans going through something comparable had to keep the faith.

“To absolutely everyone reading this simply hang in there…Trust me.”

Picture: Screengrab

Remembering Tembe’s birthday in October and her lifestyles, AKA made a tribute song.

In the unmarried, Tears Run Dry, AKA expresses how he has been suffering to sleep because he has desires and visions of his late fiancée, and he talks approximately the life he become searching forward to dwelling with

Tembe and all of the plans they made collectively.

RELATED: Fans react to AKA’s emotional ‘Tears Run Dry’ music, devoted to his overdue fiancée

The rapper lost Tembe after she tragically fell from the tenth ground of the Pepperclub Hotel in Cape Town. He took some time off after her passing and back with new music and collaborations with the likes of Costa Titch.

AKA lately marked 10 years considering the fact that his first album Altar Ego turned into released, which had hits including Victory Lap. However, the artist says the album wasn’t up to par.

“Hmmm, dunno how I experience about this one. Personally… I suppose it’s weak. I hate how my voice [and] my man or woman sounds. Still some stable cuts on this jawn tho [sic]. Also, I made this album when I didn’t have any actual bread… that’s why I’m spitting so difficult on Victory Lap as an example… My tone is so competitive at some point of this venture, you may hear I don’t have cash yet…”

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