Nelli Tembe last words — so far it’s clear that Nelli Tembe committed suicide.
And in most cases suicide victims leave behind some messages to explain why they had to take the decision they took to end their lvies.
Well, in the case of the 22-year-old young lady, it’s not yet confirmed if she left any note behind.
We are following the story closely and we would update you accordingly.
However, we have videos of her last moments with AKA the night before her death.
Also, a follower of hers on Instagram recorded Nelli Tembe’s very last Instagram story. In the video, she looked so happy.
It’s clear that AKA really loved the girl. Here is a video of them doing a couple challenge on Tiktok:
TimesLive reports that according to the hotel’s general manager Efi Ella, the hotel received a call at 7.30am about an “incident” involving a 22-year-old female.
“The case is under investigation. It’s a young woman, age 22 and at this stage police are investigating. We will tell you once we have more information,” said Ella.
Western Cape police spokesperson Capt FC van Wyk confirmed crime scene experts were looking for clues at the hotel.
“Cape Town Central police are investigating an inquest case after an incident at a hotel this morning at about 7.45am on the corners of Loop and Bloem streets in the CBD, where the body of a 22-year-old woman was found deceased,” Van Wyk said.
Families ask for privacy and time to heal
AKA and Nelli’s families released a statement and asked to be given privacy and time to heal.
“It is with deepest regret that we, the Tembe and Forbes families, confirm the untimely passing of our beloved fiancée, daughter, sister, and daughter-in-law, Anele Tembe,” read the statement.
“We are still in shock and are dealing with our emotions as she was an exceptional and gifted young woman with so much life ahead of her. She had a sweet nature and was always nurturing to those around her. Her fiancé, Kiernan Forbes, is currently inconsolable and surrounded by family and closest friends. At this hour of our grief, we humbly request that our families be given privacy and time to heal.”