- South African songstress Kelly Khumalo has dropped some bombshells about her relationship with Jub Jub
- The singer revealed that Jub Jub allegedly introduced her to a life of drugs and also shared that they had a toxic relationship
- Khumalo admitted that she also played a part in making the relationship as bad as it was
Kelly Khumalo recently dropped some bombshells during an interview with Linda Mbuso on Close 2 Music.
The songstress revealed some details about her much-publicized relationship with ex boyfriend and baby daddy Jub Jub.
Opening up about the relationship, Kelly revealed that it was a toxic space for her.
“Even hearing his name makes me cringe.”
Kelly Khumalo made further allegations against the rapper.
“I was introduced to drugs by him.”
The singer said that as soon as she left him, she was able to step out of the drug use. Khumalo admitted that she was young and impressionable when she met Jub Jub.
“For me it was okay, relationship – I was hurt – and I wanted to give a lot of who I am to get the love that I thought I deserved from him. Forgetting that I needed to give myself that kind of love.”
Kelly did not shift all of the blame on Jub Jub though.
"It required honesty and a lot of it. I needed to be very honest with myself. And accept the part that as much as… whatever environment determined who I became at the time, I also contributed.”
She continued that nobody forced her to take drugs.
“I wanted to. I became part of that.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Kelly Khumalo took to social media to who collectively call themselves ‘Black Twitter’.
The star weighed in the conversation of bullying that has been happening in the country and said that Black Twitter fuelled the bullying culture.
“I have seen how the majority of this country endorses bullying, even giving it a name: Black Twitter'. And you are surprised when your children follow in your footsteps.”
She went on to say:
“You are teaching them. If you want them to be kind humans, you start with being kind, even on the internet.”
Kelly called on people to fix themselves first before trying to fix the country.
The songstress then addressed those who cheer on the bullies.
“You are the reason it continues. You are endorsing bullying.”
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