Mzansi rapper took to Twitter to reveal his plans with his fiancée Kelly Khumalo now that they have rekindled their relationship, and planning a wedding. But social media followers were not impressed.
Both Chad da Don and Kelly Khumalo shockedthe country with their sudden announcement that the two are back together and the launch of their single, Gcwala single together, which addresses their haters.
Some peeps even called it a PR stunt, but just how far will the two go. Chad and Kelly have been doing their best on social media to promote their new single, even to the extent of sharing some X-rated content.
According to Okmzansi, Chad shared one calmer tweet than from what he was sharing but it did not sit very well with tweeps. He wrote: "God knows Ima impregnate K.K."
Tweeps were rather upset by Chad's tweet, saying that he was out of line. Take a look below at some of the comments from Chad's tweet.
But there was also a handful, who actually do care about the star struck lovers and are rooting for them to be happy together. Here are some comments:
Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Kelly Khumalo and Chad da Don had fans confused. Were they over or getting married? With so many rumours, it was hard to tell what's real and what's not. However, Chad's mom and manager, confirmed that they are engaged.
For days, Kelly Khumalo and Chad da Don had fans seriously confused. At first, it was thought the couple split up, then it was reported they aren't separated at all, but, in fact, getting married. No one was sure what to believe, and fans of the couple weren't sure if they could celebrate or not.
But Chad's mother and manager, Norma Mansoor, confirmed that they are indeed engaged. TimesLIVE reported that Norma said the couple did break up about a month ago, but they are back together and happier than before.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Norma also slammed rumours that the breakup was a publicity stunt.
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