Kelly Khumalo is a South African singer who has also been a guest judge on on of the biggest singing competition in South African know as South African idols.
She has recently been trending on social media because of the murder case of former Orlando Pirates and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa which is still ongoing.
However she recently posted a video of herself on social media which caused a stir. In this video she said that she had an important thing to say that people should know.
She said in this video that that we all have ancestors and God and some ancestors and prayers are stronger then others. She further stated that people should stop playing with the feelings of others people.
A number of people were also agreeing with the statement that she made, as some were even saying that they wanted to save this video.
Here are some of the comments that people made on social media made after seeing this video.
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