Kelly Khumalo is a controversial South African singer. She has an angelic voice, and no matter what people say about how horrible she is, they can't deny how good her voice is. Kelly is always in the news, largely because to Senzo Meyiwa's death and the ongoing investigation.
Kelly has a reality show, and she featured her mother in the first few episodes. Kelly's bond with her mother was visible to viewers. She had stated that her mother had assisted her in raising her children and that she didn't know what she would have done without her.
Kelly has two children, a boy (Christian) and a girl (Kelly) (Thingo). Christian's father is JubJub, whilst Thingo's father is the late Senzo Meyiwa. Kelly and her sister, Zandi Khumalo, haven't communicated in a long time and have officially broken up. Kelly's mother, too, had left from her show without saying where she was going. However, she returned, and the two are now friendly.
Zandile revealed that she was pregnant with her first child a few weeks back. She was over excited that she even thanked the father of her unborn baby, who is her husband. She has now given birth to her first child. Is Kelly going to be there for her sister? Will she make efforts to meet the little one or will the two of continue with life like they don't exist in each other's lives? What are your thoughts? Hopefully, the two of them will work on their differences and fix their issues. The two of them loved each other and enjoyed each other's company. There is no way they could just stop loving each other like they are not even blood sisters. Would you want them to get back the relationship they had in the previous years before their public split?
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