They hate that I did not die – Kelly Khumalo makes bold statement

Musician and reality TV star Kelly Khumalo has finally opened up after her name was dragged in the Senzo Meyiwa trial.

Khumalo was with the slain Bafana Bafana captain at her mother’s house in Voslorous when the incident happened.

The trial has gripped the whole nation and Khumalo has now come out in the open after reports suggested that she is hot water for Meyiwa’s death.

In an interview with Saturday Star newspaper, Khumalo told the publication that her distractors hate the fact that she did not die.

“All I see is broken people who find pleasure in breaking others. I pray for their healing. It must be really sad to be in their position. I’m sending them love and light,” she said.

Since the death of her then-boyfriend, Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, the actress, singer and dancer has been a target of online harassment, with people attacking her at any chance given.

Khumalo, who has a child with Meyiwa, was with the footballer when he was murdered at her mother’s home in Vosloorus in October 2014.




Khumalo went on to add that she is a child of God who will not be torn down by people who hate her.

“They hate the fact that I am the one who did not die that day,” said Khumalo.

“I’m a child of God and my ancestors. I will always be protected. They can continue to hate that I’m still here and be very comfortable in that position because I’m still going to be around for a very long time.”

Source: Saturday Star Sat, 18 Jun 2022