DJ Zinhle and AKA have sparked rumours of a collaboration after being spotted out with DJ Tira on Wednesday, 12 September 2018
DJ Zinhle (real name Zinhle Jiyane) and rapper AKA are a celebrity co-parenting duo unlike any other. The two were once sworn enemies following their massively public break up in 2015, but now function as friends and parents to their daughter, Kairo Forbes.
In recent months, fans of the duo have speculated at a romantic reunion, especially following the release of photographs showing DJ Zinhle hugging AKA at a concert event.
Now, rumour mills have yet again been put into action as both DJ Zinhle and AKA were seen with Afrotainment manager DJ Tira in Durban on Wednesday. DJ Tira posted photographs of himself with each of them, leading fans to speculate that a musical collaboration may be at hand.
DJ Tira wrote of DJ Zinhle, “KZN’s Finest…. it doesn’t get finer than this @DJZinhle️”, shortly after posting a snap of himself with AKA.
AKA will perform at Afrotainment’s Gumba Fest at Ulundi Stadium on Saturday, 13 October 2018. DJ Tira captioned his photograph with AKA with a punt for the event. He wrote, “African Kings 👑x👑 @DJTira and @akaworldwide #NoRushGang They getting ready for @GumbaFest Early Bird tickets are available at Computicket till 30 Sept for R100. Please spread the word !! Woza #GumbaFestUlundi2018”.
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