Video: Kelly Khumalo came back with a bang of a message see what she said on her recent video watch

Nonhlanhla Khumalo (born November 11, 1982) is a South African singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer. Born and raised in Nquthu, KwaZulu-Natal, she was discovered while performing at a gospel talent search and signed a record deal with Bonsai Entertainment, releasing her debut studio album T.K.O (2005). She shot to fame after the release of her debut album T.K.O (2005). She was named the Best Newcomer of 2005 in the Afro-Pop music circuit. The Past, The Present, The Future album was released on 5 November 2012. In May 2013, She scooped an award at the 19th South African Music Awards.




Kelly Khumalo has been trending on social after people found out that she is pregnant with he third child. Some people have been saying mean things to her saying she’s got the nerve to move on with her life and fall pregnant while Senzo Meyiwa’s family is still in pain after they lost their son years ago after he was killed in her house but no one knows who killed him.

But of all the comments that could have caught people’s attention it’s the post that was shared by Jub job, that got people assuming that his post was directed to Kelly Khumalo though he didn’t mention names. In his post, Jub Jub wrote I wonder how many more pregnancies are we going to see this December.

It seems like this post probably got to her she probably didn’t like it. Because she was quiet all along but all of a sudden she post a video with the caption. MAY WE ALL FIND THE PEACE AND HEALING THAT WE SO DESERVE it’s QUITE A Journey BUT WORTH PURSUING.

This morning when I woke up I had this intense feeling of peace, and healing, the feeling got me thinking of a lot of things that trigger me, trying to see if this feeling is authentic and it is I look at my triggers I feel nothing. All I had is the peace I had no edge to want to say something or the edge to do something I don’t I looked for it I could not find it am so happy right now am at the place was what used to get to me no longer gets to me.

At least after all these years of suffering and being dragged, having to deal with a lot of stress Kelly Khumalo has finally found happiness in her life.