Da L.E.S’s Baby Mama Shares Steamy Photo Following AKA Cheating Allegations

Da L.E.S’s Baby Mama Shares Steamy Photo Following AKA Cheating Allegations. Da L.E.S and AKA have always had each other’s backs in the SA Hip Hop industry but information that has recently surfaced about Da L.E.S baby mama has fans asking what really went down between the two of them.

On MacG’s latest episode of Podcast And Chill, He mentioned that he received a letter from an anonymous family member of Nellie Tembe’s that states that AKA allegedly cheated on Nellie with multiple women, and according to the letter one of those women being Da L.E.S baby mama Aurea Alexander. The letter also stated that Da L.E.S confronted AKA about the allegations.

Aurea took to her Instagram to share a steamy photo of her and a shirtless Da L.E.S in the cozied up in the bubble bath showing that they are unbothered by what’s going down around them. The caption in the Instagram snap read, “Good Morning. Love and light to all. Too blessed to be stressed.”

Aurea received support from celebrity friend Uyanda Mbuli who reposted a picture of her, Da L.E.S and their daughter Madison writing, “I love you guys“. Aurea acknowledged the support from Uyanda by reposting the picture.

Da L.E.S and Aurea have been together for some time now and are always spoiling their little baby girl Madison with only the best. The have also launched a clothing brand for Madison called Madison London Kids.

As a result of the allegations, the two rappers have been trending with fans also picking up that Da L.E.S possible addressed the drama in his track Gucci Snakes off his album Caution To The Wind. The lyric in Da L.E.S track read, “Try to f*ck your baby mama to see how it tastes. Hand shakes associates a turn to Gucci snakes.

Both rappers have not directly commented on the allegations or the anonymous itself.

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