Kelly Khumalo couldn't take any more abuse from social media and clapped back at a tweep wanting answers about Senzo Meyiwa's death. She told him to get answers from the police.
The singer is gatvol about people slandering her on her social media and asking her for answers about her ex-boyfriend, Senzo Meyiwa, who was murdered in October 2014. She recently walked off the stage during a performance at an EFF rally after chants of "Senzo" rang out and a banner calling for justice was displayed.
She later took to Twitter to tell followers that she refuses to be intimidated by bullies who are hellbent on hurting her. But her social media accounts are still being flooded by tweeps claiming they are looking for answers.
Kelly tried to downplay those comments by retweeting about the love and support she was getting from the aftermath of walking off stage, but eventually couldn't take any more and clapped back at one tweep who was demanding justice. She asked the man if he knew where the police station was, hinting that only they could provide justice for Senzo.
An angry Kelly told eNCA earlier this month that it's been four years and the police still haven't found the person responsible for Senzo's death. She claimed there was plenty of evidence for police to work with - fingerprints, a hat belonging to one of the perpetrators and witnesses.
Kelly's social media followers are still supporting her and responded to Kelly's clapback with memes and messages. Here are a few from her Twitter account.
Yesterday, 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 signalled 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.
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