GALLERY | AKA and Nelli Tembe’s 'lobola' snaps

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AKA and Nelli Tembe's families met for lobola negotiations over the weekend.
AKA and Nelli Tembe's families met for lobola negotiations over the weekend.
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In February, South African rapper AKA revealed that he proposed to his girlfriend Nelli Tembe and she said yes – now, the two have seemingly taken the first step towards their union.

Over the weekend, the rapper posted images of himself, Nelli and both of their family members with a cow and heart emoji - implying that the pictures were from lobola negotiations. Dressed in a navy blue suit which he paired with brown shoes, AKA’s look complimented that of the soon-to-be Mrs Forbes who was dressed in a brown tribal print dress which she paired with dark brown heels.

The pair also referred to each other as "husband" and "wife" in the comments of the images. 

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In a separate tweet, the Fela In Versace hitmaker hinted that he would be open to having his wedding broadcast on television.

“The real question now is ... who gon’put up them racks for the wedding content? *kanye voice* “who gon be the Medici Family?!?!” Lol. Tag your favourite broadcaster ....,” he wrote.

Twitter screenshot
Twitter screenshot.

Let’s take a look at some pictures from AKA and Nelli’s 'lobola':

AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations.
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations. Image: @akaworldwide Twitter
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations.
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations. Image: @akaworldwide Twitter
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations.
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations. Image: @akaworldwide Twitter
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations.
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations. Image: @akaworldwide Twitter
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations.
AKA and Nelli's lobola negotiations. Image: @akaworldwide Twitter

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