AKA Case Update: Is Aka Killer Don Design Arrested: Is Don Design Killed AKA?
The tragic death of South African rapper AKA aka Kiernan Forbes is still horrifying people and throwing them into a frenzy to search for who killed AKA. The South African rapper was abused outside a restaurant. Meanwhile, a video of the footage of the incident also has leaked on social media. And it is impossible for social media detectives to not go into overdrive and investigate the murder case of AKA. Eventually, they pulled AKA’s friend into the light of suspicion in the murder case of AKA. That friend is known as Don Design. Now the question is why Don Design’s name is being considered as a suspect in the murder of AKA. Here we have come up with this article to explain this matte. You are asked to stick with this page and must go through the following sections. Drag down the page and read more details.
Is Don Design Killed AKA?
It has not been a long time since AKA died but social media users who are detectives on their own have honed in on AKA’s fellow Don Design who is a famous fashion designer, DJ, and creative director. All this started when a video of the incident surfaced on social media. In the video, AKA’s friend Don Design can be seen outside the restaurant a few whiles before the moment when AKA was ambushed. Read More: Nelli Tembe Parents: Get Details About AKA’s Girlfriend Parents
Don Design can be spotted in the white T-shirt standing near a white minibus in the video. Social media users are questioning his behavior and hand movements. And now a theory has developed about Don Design among social media detectives. But Da LES came in support of Don Design as he said, “Please leave @dondesign alone. He had nothing to do with this. He’s always had Kiernan’s back and side from beginning to end. He’d never do anything to hurt him. He’s been through enough! LEAVE HIM ALONE HE NEEDS TO HEAL! We all do,” Read More: Nadia Nakai is allegedly Pregnant with AKA’s child
Is Aka Killer Don Design Arrested
As Don Design is being considered a suspect in the murder of AKA and social media users are sharing it on social media, the South African police have cautioned them against naming anyone as a suspect in this case. “They might endanger the lives of those individuals that they are putting the names out as suspects, which they themselves would not want people to come and accuse them of a crime if there is no evidence,” said KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Police Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi. Read More: AKA Wife Accident: Tragic balcony death of rapper AKA’s fiancée