08 August 2022
Kelly Khumalo's woes are far to end as a video has gone viral which shows school children singing about her.
However, it is not a good song but it is a song that they are bashing her on.
The children can be heard in this video singing about Kelly and how much they don't like her because of her alleged involvement in the crime, of Meyiwa's death.
As it is known, Khumalo is the least of the favourite person these days because of the late Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa.
Most people are od a view that Kelly is involved in the death of Meyiwa and that she is hiding the truth. Her fans especially believes she is innocent and people are spreading unnecessary hate against her.
It became worse when a video of primary school kids shading her went viral on social media. It trended on top for many days with some people believing that it is karma and that it should make Kelly to speak the truth while others lambasted the kids.
Kelly herself has broken her silence and responded. She took to her timeline and replied to this video.
The Ngathwala ngaye hitmaker savagely shaded the parents of these kids by saying that they think they are destroying her but they are destroying the future of their children.
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