AKA's friend denies gun incident

The member of AKA's entourage who allegedly pulled a gun on Cassper Nyovest has rubbished the allegations.

Prince Nyemba released a media statement today following a media frenzy over the alleged incident, which happened on Friday night.

"I would like to state that I am very disappointed with the stories that came out since Friday evening whilst attending a performance with a good friend AKA that blatantly accuses me of threatening someone’s life," said Prince in the statement.

Prince added that he wanted to state on record that this was a cheap publicity stunt that aimed to tarnish his reputation.

"I am a young businessman who is very well respected in my industry and the media  field thus these accusations have left me shocked and gob smacked. AKA is  a good friend and younger brother to me, he is raised well  from a good home with morals  and his career is flourishing. I have no business nor the time to get involved in other people’s issues, particularly issues that don’t involve me," he added.

Prince also revealed that he would be handing himself over to the police and would open a case of defamation of character against Casspper and his management.

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