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    Poet Ntsiki Mazwai makes a damning allegation against underfire Don Design

    Dubbed the most vocal and robust social activist, Ntsiki Mazwai has added her voice as far as criticism towards Don Design is concerned.

    The famed poet says Design is the man who once hurt her friend and she headed to her social media pages to level the allegation.

    As also reported by Entertainment SA, Design has made headlines this week as he is fingered in the death of rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes.

    Following the death of AKA on February 10, he was gunned down in Durban, more rumours and speculation have surfaced with some social media users saying he played a role in the murder of his friend AKA and Tebello Motsoane.

    Mazwai’s damning allegations further places Don Design in an awkward position, as enough other rumours have already been swirling around on social media around him.

    “Last year I met this lady who was crying about how Don Design used her and I’m watching karma work for her,” wrote Mazwai on Twitter.

    @Nokwanda Mkhwanazi said:

    “Girl that sh^^ be coming around faster and more intensely these days, Akere the world is spinning out of control, you get what you give and manje karma is a bitter bitch with a grudge wenza kakhulu.”

    ESA reported that following his interment on Saturday, February 18, Don Design wrote a poignant tribute to his close buddy Kiernan Jarryd Forbes.

    Don Design was hit the hardest since social media did not sympathise with him and instead blamed him, and some still do, for AKA’s early death.

    Don took to Instagram to write a nice note to a long-time friend and fellow entourage member because they travelled together frequently.

    Don stated that his heart is crushed and that it still feels weird for him to have to send such a message to Kiernan.

    Main Image: Ntsiki Mazwai/Instagram

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