“She Is Not A Widow But A Glorified Rebound”- Slik Talk's Blunt Remarks On Nadia Nakai And AKA's Relationship Stir Debate

“She Is Not A Widow But A Glorified Rebound”- Slik Talk’s Blunt Remarks On Nadia Nakai And AKA’s Relationship Stir Debate

Controversial YouTuber Slik Talk has stirred up a debate after criticizing the relationship between Nadia Nakai and AKA.

In an unsolicited comment, Slik Talk took a swipe at the couple’s relationship while discussing the late rapper’s album in a recent episode on his YouTube channel.

According to Slik Talk, Nadia Nakai was merely a glorified rebound and not AKA’s widow.

The outspoken YouTuber maintained that individuals should refrain from treating her as a widow since she was never married to AKA.

“…by the way I don’t know why people acting like Nadia Nakai is a widow, she is a glorified rebound, she was not married to this man or have kids with this man,” Slik Talk said.

Slik Talk also shared his perspective on the possible reason why AKA could have been killed. He speculated that AKA’s flaunting of his new relationship with Nadia Nakai could have led to his demise, as it was viewed as a sign of disrespect towards Anele Tembe’s family.

Additionally, Slik Talk accused AKA of not properly grieving his late fiancee and for quickly moving on to another relationship after her passing.

Slik Talk sparks controversy
Slik Talk sparks controversy (Image Credit: News24/Briefly)

Slik Talk claimed that AKA and Nadia Nakai’s  relationship was a complete mess.

“The way Nadia Nakia and AKA dated was a complete mess. AKA dated Nadia three months after his wife passed away. Three months after he paid lobola for this girl he went on to date Nadia Nakai. Posting her all on Instagram, all over Twitter all over social media. Don’t you think that’s disrespectful to the Tembe family? You think that family took that sh*t laying down?”

“You think they would let you slide and let you disrespect their daughter’s honour like that?Life does not work like that homey, that is disrespectful, in the black culture we don’t operate like that. You didn’t mourn your wife.”

By jdt