Overstepping, weird or tribute? AKA's fans torn as SAns visit grave site to leave flowers and take pictures

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AKA, who was deeply loved by his fans, was shot and killed on 10 February.
AKA, who was deeply loved by his fans, was shot and killed on 10 February.
Oupa Bopape

It's been just over a month since the rapper was fatally shot in Durban while set to perform at a gig.

Kiernan Forbes, popularly known as AKA, died on 10 February alongside his friend, Tebello Tibz Motsoane, on Florida Road in Durban.

His death shocked the nation, more especially his fans and the SuperMega following. Some are still reeling from the death and have found different ways to honour his memory.

Some have tattooed his name on their bodies as a way to show their admiration while others have been visiting his gravesite to bring new flowers and take pictures.

His fans have been left divided over the gravesite visits and photos as seem deem it creepy and distasteful while others think that it's an amazing way to preserve his legacy.

Although the fans who visit AKA’s grave leave flowers and take pictures, social media users believe his family should’ve chosen a private cemetery for him.

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Here are some reactions. 

Meanwhile one artist who died just months ago, Itumeleng "Vusi Ma R5" Moseou’s tombstone has been vandalised which sent social media into frenzy.

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