Legendary artist and music maker Sello "Chicco" Twala says performer Kelly Khumalo was damaged the evening of Senzo Meyiwa's demise when she called him. The previous Orlando Pirates and Bafana goalkeeper was taken shots dead at Kelly's mom's home in Vosloorus in 2014 in a claimed bungled robbery. Chicco let Newzroom Afrika's Xoli Mngambi know that after he got the call he called executive of Orlando Pirates Dr Irvin Khoza while he raced to the emergency clinic.
"She was damaged she shared with me somebody shot Senzo, she was exceptionally damaged and I was stunned, leaped out of my bed and I even called Dr Irvin Khoza en route to Vosloorus where Kelly stays. I really didn't go to her home. They said they left and they had taken Senzo to clinic, so I really met them at the emergency clinic."
Chicco likewise told Xoli he didn't ask who shot Senzo in light of the fact that everybody was traumatised. Chicco Twala showed up in the Randburg officer's court on Tuesday, where he was allowed bail of R2,000. The artist was captured on Monday after he supposedly went after City Power authorities on Sunday, said Public Indicting Authority representative Phindi Mjonondwane.
In February 2018 Chicco ended his quietness, pummeling claims his firearm was utilized to kill Meyiwa. "It wasn't absent. My gun is generally with me. I got it in 1989 and it is generally in my protected," he told Masechaba Ndlovu and Mo Flava on Metro FM. at that point. He said he got a call from a crying Kelly on the day Senzo was shot dead.
"I raced to the house. I tracked down Kelly, Longwe and one more cherished, lifelong companion of Senzo's. Senzo was lying there. They said two people came in and needed to loot them. I would rather not chat for the benefit of Longwe. He's a grown-up. I need to discuss my part," Chicco said.
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