AKA’s Last Words To Daughter Kairo Revealed. Lynn Forbes, revealed the rapper’s final words to Kairo Forbes.
Lynn has told his daughter AKA’s final remarks as she describes her son’s final moments before leaving for Durban. She talked about that as a guest on The Carol Ofori Podcast.
AKA’s Last Words To Daughter Kairo Revealed
“He told her, ‘Daddy’s gonna miss you. I can’t wait for you to be back and always remember that daddy loves you,” said Lynn.
At the 17th annual Metro FM Awards, which were hosted at Nelspruit’s Mbombela stadium, Kairo represented her father. She accepted his four trophies, which included Artist of the Year, Best Hip-Hop Artist, and Best Collaboration for his smash track Lemons (Lemonade), which included rapper Nasty C.
In her speech, Lynn and Tony said: “Kiernan, you make us so proud. You were in this very same city in 2011 for your first Metro FM awards. To the family friends and everybody that’s been there to support Kiernan, thank you so much.”
Murdah even gushed over Kairo, “A big congratulations to AKA and The Megacy, well deserved to you Kiernan. I am very proud of you @kairo.forbes for shining so bright. @lynnforbesza and @tonydforbes well done to you and the team on all the hard work nobody gets to see. The Megacy will live forever. #inMegawetrusttrusttrust,” he wrote on Instagram.
Lynn previously told eNCA’s News Night, that she told Kairo about AKA’s death, “I told her that we have some really sad news…Your dad died.”
“I said some bad people hurt him….they shot him. She cried terribly.”
“She asked: ‘But, he’s coming back, right? He will be ok’. And I had to tell her, ‘No, he’s not coming back, and we have to bury him.”
Zinhle promised to take good care of Kairo, “Kiernan, I am so sorry that you have been robbed of your time with your daughter…I would give anything for Kairo to have more time with you Kiernan. The thought of her asking questions breaks me. What do I do when she misses and needs you,” she wrote.
“Please watch over her and plead with The Almighty to guide Bongani @murdahbongz and me as we raise our daughter.”
“The last time I saw you, you told me how proud you are of us and how well we were co-parenting, we had come a long way, and even though it challenged a lot of people in how well we co-parented. It was never about society or us, it was always about our daughter and what was best for her.