Oskido gets dragged after apparently going on Facebook Live during AKA’s funeral

Oskido gets dragged after apparently going on Facebook Live during AKA’s funeral

Images and clips of AKA’s funeral service have gone viral on social media, despite the family requesting for it to be private. Close friends and family of the Supa Mega sent him to his final resting place on February 18 at the Westpark cemetery. It is speculated on social media by some of the people who saw it, that music legend Oskido was the one who allegedly went on Facebook live for about 30 minutes.

From his live session, people who viewed it recorded the family going to his casket, and in the clips you can see his grave getting lowered. Standing next to the casket was his father Tony Forbes who arrived first followed by Lynn Forbes his mother, Steffan Forbes his brother and daughter Kairo Forbes. Also other family members and then friends followed suit to pour soil and Don Design splashed some Hennessey as he bid his friend farewell.

It was confusing how social media got a hold of the images because the family had requested privacy at the funeral service.

People like actress Kgomotso Christopher condemned the act of posting pictures and videos of AKA’s funeral, despite the family requesting it to be a private ceremony.

“What’s the definition of privacy or private funeral? If you’ve been trusted by a family to be part of a private funeral, why are you posting unofficial pictures publicly/on social media from your phone or reposting such content with empty platitudes as caption? Iphi inhloniph.”

Social media users chimed in on the matter of Oskido apparently going on Facebook live and streamed just part of the service.

You might also like

Comments are closed.