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Kelly Khumalo releases video of new song to address claims that she killed Senzo Meyiwa

Unbothered Kelly Khumalo has flashed a middle finger on people’s faces with a new song amid growing goss that she killed her late lover Senzo Meyiwa. The song is titled Bazokhuluma, which can loosely be translated to ‘people will always talk’.

Taking to her Instagram page on Thursday morning, Kelly announced her upcoming track ‘Bazokhuluma’.

She looked unfazed by what is currently going on in her short video where she was drinking and smoking with friends while listening to the unreleased track. Kelly could be seen in her usual bubbly mood while singing along and whistling to her song.

Kusazonyiwa, sizongena kuDecember nge Skateboard,” she jokingly said insinuating that her song was a banger to take people through to December.

Kelly seemed too happy for someone with so much going on in her life at this moment. The queen has been through so much since the death of her lover back in 2014. She has been accused on an almost daily basis by fans who maintain that she killed her lover.

Watch the video below:


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At the current Senzo Meyiwa trial, a defence lawyer Advocate Teffo broke the news that Kelly allegedly shot and killed Senzo by mistake. He sensationally claimed that he was going to bring up an eyewitness to reveal these claims in the next court sitting.

There are also viral tales from one Zimbabwean prophet Malontik Orasi who insists that Kelly’s life is in danger following Advocate Teffo’s claims. He says that Kelly may lose her life if she does not get security. At one point – some two months ago, the same prophet told his fans that Kelly Khumalo was the one who killed the late footballer in her house.


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Mzansi actress and producer Constance Connie Ferguson is one of the country’s most decorated stars. She was born on June 10, 1970. She is popular for playing Karabo Moroka in South Africa’s most popular soapie Generations between 1994 and 2010.

Connie Ferguson

She returned to the show in 2014 when they were rebranding to Generations: The Legacy. Connie Ferguson (the Masilo) married fellow actor Neo Matsunyane in 1993. Whom she shares a daughter. They divorced in 1998, after five years of marriage. Learn More

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