Mdoda infamously trends whenever Kelly Rowland's name enters chats in Mzansi. The presenter, who has been rumoured to be beefing with the former Destiny's Child member, can't seem to catch a break. Peeps are now convinced that one too many coincidences may just be proof that Kelly knows exactly what she is doing.
Anele hit the top of trending charts when she publicly stated that she felt Beyoncé was prettier than Kelly Rowland. The celeb has since refused to take her words back and peeps have not let it go, reports IOL. Now, Anele trends every time Kelly posts.
Many tweeps are convinced that Kelly caught word of Anele's opinion and has been 'discreetly' throwing jabs back at her hater. The first one was believed to be the matching yellow bathing suit snaps that were posted not only around the same time but with similar vacay backgrounds. Today, Twitter has discovered that Kelly may have just fired her second shot. Not long ago, Anele shared a snap of herself looking snatched in a green blazer dress. To many people's surprise, the US singer shared a pic of herself rocking her own version of the look.
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