Fake news about Kelly Khumalo's wedding is busted and she's seeking legal advice

Fake news about Kelly Khumalo's wedding is busted and she's seeking legal advice

A fake news article made rounds on social media, suggesting Kelly Khumalo was set to walk down the aisle in 2019.

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Now, the South African singer turned to her legal team to figure out what steps she can take against the guilty publication company.

On Thursday afternoon, Drum Magazine posted an article on their website, claiming Khumalo announced she would be getting married in October 2019.

"My ass is taken, it belongs to someone – I’m not single anymore. I’m planning to have my wedding next year October. I have already decided on the type of dress that I would like – something very short with cowboy boots," Drum Magazine quoted her saying.

But according to an insider close to Khumalo, she allegedly never said any of the above statements.

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The insider continued by saying the musician's "management has already contacted Drum about retracting the article".

According to the insider, Khumalo's team was in full "crisis mode" and had contacted their attorney.

The report further suggest the singer and songwriter is not happy about the rumour at all, and want every possible measure taken to fix the situation.

Neither her team, nor Drum Magazine has released statements, and attempts by TshisaLIVE to contact them proved futile.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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