Singer Kelly Khumalo has taken to Twitter to reveal that even she has been cyber bullied in the past, she won't tolerate it or be scared away so easily.
Kelly Khumalo is one of the most bullied celebrities in Mzansi as many blame her for the death of her ex-boyfriend, Senzo Meyiwa. The bullies constantly drag her on social media to seek answers from her, but even the police have no leads on the investigations.
According to Youth Village, the award-winning singer stood up to a few of bullies over the past couple of weeks and this time got the support and back-up from her followers.
In a recent tweet she claimed she drew courage from God to survive each malice. She wrote:
"You think a bunch of bullies who find comfort in hurting people would scare me? Think again. I am the light and power of God inhuman form. Dare touch me."
She also accused them of propelling war, abuse and hate every chance they get even though they claim they stand for what is right in the country. She said she is not against fighting for justice, but she will not let them abuse her. Check out her tweet below.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi social media users are in support of Kelly Khumalo after she was forced to walk off the stage during an EFF rally when chants of "Senzo" rang out in the middle of her performance.
Briefly.co.za reported that the singer performed two songs before leaving the stage. When the chants rang out, Kelly signaled to the deejay that she would only perform one more song. There was even a banner in the crowd calling for justice for the murder of late Bafana Bafana player, Senzo Meyiwa.
The songstress was in a relationship with Senzo and was with him at the time of his death five years ago. Many believe that she knows who killed him and is not telling the police. She recently opened up about how she feels frustration over the situation. In an interview with eNCA, the muso said she had told the police everything she knew and there was nothing more she could do.
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