PHOTOS: Senzo Meyiwa daughter is growing up very well, Take a look at her looking beautiful

Kelly khumalo is an accomplished vocalist who was up in the Vosloorus neighborhood of Johannesburg. She has sang in front of audiences all over the world and is a famous South African singer. She’s been working in the business for close to twenty years now. She started off in a lowly position but worked her way up through the ranks.

In 2014, when her child’s father, Senzo Meyiwa, was murdered in their home in vosloorus, she shot to greater renown. She has become widely reviled after being blamed for the death of Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa. Numerous people think she knows who killed Senzo, but she has remained silent about the matter.

Despite all the hateful comments and false accusations, Kelly Khumalo remains on the road and in life. Khumalo is a devoted mother to her two lovely daughters. She had her first kid, a son named Khwezi Khumalo, with an ex-con who went by the name Jub Jub. She gave birth to her first child, a son named Khwezi Khumalo, with convicted murderer Molemo maarhonyane, better known by his street name, Jub Jub.


Kelly and Senzo Meyiwa have another son, Tingo Khumalo Meyiwa. Her father, Senzo Meyiwa, was shot multiple times at Kelly Khumalo’s house in October 2014. Tingo was very little when she lost her father.

As things are, Kelly Khumalo is raising her kids in a home where none of the children’s paternal relatives are permitted to visit. For years, Jub Jub has fought for custody of his child, but Kelly Khumalo has blocked his visitation. Meyiwa’s loved ones are adamant about avoiding Kelly because they think she was involved in their son’s killing or knows someone who was.

I’d love to hear your take on Kelly Khumalo’s two kids, who have different fathers. Check back for more South African news and feel free to express your thoughts in the comments area below.

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