- South African musician Kelly Khumalo recently left Mzansi howling after she sorted out her son for speaking broken English
- The clearly-strict mother did not take it lightly when Christian slipped up with his tenses and ended up coining a new word
- Many social media users were amused while others saw themselves in Kelly's unconventional parenting skills
Kelly Khumalo is not paying exorbitant private school fees for her son to speak broken English. The starlet made that crystal clear on a recent episode of her reality show Life with Kelly Khumalo.
The snippet of the show was shared by Somizi on his Instagram page.
In the clip, Kelly and her kids were going somewhere and before they left, Kelly asked Christian why he brought some costumes. The young boy responded:
“She brang them not me.”
The singer snapped and responded:
“Brang or brought? I don't send you to school to speak broken English.”
The clip left Somizi and other social media users amused as they noted how Kelly was not having any of that in her home.
Minnie Dlamini commented and said:
“Kelly is my spirit animal!”
“She is so dramatic.”
“Hai school is expensive guys.”
“She’s right. You can’t go to school and come back saying brang.”
“This is me as a parent straight.”
Kelly Khumalo recently weighed in on the protests that have ravaged the country. The concerned mother and citizen put the blame on the president for failing to take accountability.
Kelly Khumalo slams President Ramaphosa for lack of accountability
Briefly News reported that singer Kelly Khumalo lashed out at president Cyril Ramaphosa for what she felt was a forsaking of strong leadership responsibility after South Africans descended into violent looting destruction.
The chaos erupted after former president Jacob Zuma was arrested for refusing to stand trial in the Zondo Commission.
Following the protest riots in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, where commercial property was ravaged, including stampede deaths, Kelly the list of celebrities to use social media to express their views.
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