- Kelly was caught in a rumour that sparked from a picture where she was said to be wearing traditional attire
- People ran with it and went on to assume that she had received the calling and had started training to become a traditional healer
- She took to social media to address the rumour and did it with humour and a brilliant Russian accent
Being a celeb comes with some unfortunate headaches, like dealing with untrue and random rumours. Kelly Khumalo just had to defuse one of those unfortunate headaches herself.
Rumor had it that the gorgeous Mzansi singer was embarking on a new journey to become a traditional healer. She had apparently started her training and all, reported the Daily Sun.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the rumour surfaced after Kelly shared a picture of herself wearing an outfit that some mistook for traditional attire.
The picture was accompanied by the caption: "Use the Power you have been given.", and from this, an entire rumour started.
People took a tiny misinterpretation and ran with it. They turned a picture into an entire assumption that Kelly had received the calling and started training to become a traditional healer.
Kelly could not believe it when she caught wind of the rumour and took to social media to give the rumour spreaders a piece of her mind. She definitely is spiritual, but not like this.
In an Insta post, she humourously addressed the issue and told people to stay out of her business. She did this whilst sporting a brilliant Russian accent and warned people of spreading rumours, because, for all they know, she could be a traditional healer and be sending ‘five lightnings, or 100 bees’ their way.
If you have no heard it yet, Kelly Khumalo's new single, 'Jehova' features a rap verse from Jesse 'Flo Afta J' Suntele.
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