Social media users drag Kelly Khumalo after AfriForum announcement

Social media users drag Kelly Khumalo after AfriForum announcement

- After Afriforum announced that it will be investigating Senzo Meyiwa's death earlier today

- Social media users immediately dragged Kelly Khumalo's name on Twitter warning her that the truth will come out

- It's only a matter of time before Afriforum solves this murder case

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It’s been five years since Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa was gunned down and despite investigations, his perpetrators remain unknown.

Earlier today, lobby group, Afriforum released a statement which confirmed that they will be investigating the case, following the Senzo Meyiwa’s family plea for assistance.

According to ZAlebs, soon after the announcement was made, Kelly Khumalo began trending on Twitter.

Over the past five years, there had been no leads in the high-profile case, despite, the fact that there were a number of people in the house at the time Meyiwa was gunned down. Kelly Khumalo, who was in a relationship with Meyiwa at the time has faced the most backlash on social media and from avid football fans.

Kelly, her sister - Zandi, Kelly’s mother, Longwe Twala, his friends Mthokozisi Twala and Tumelo Madlala were all present in the house when the goalie was gunned down in Volsoorus, east of Johannesburg.

The masses have posed the same question over and over again – how was it possible for all these witnesses to have not known who the killer may have been. This led the public to formulate a number of conspiracies which placed Kelly Khumalo in the middle.

Since the announcement, social media users fled to their accounts to tweet about how they believe Afriforum will crack the case and implicate Kelly Khumalo and others in the crime.

Here are some of the comments:

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Meanwhile, three months ago, reported that Mzansi singer, Kelly Khumalo’s army of fans stood tall to defend their idol after she was blamed for the death of Senzo Meyiwa’s father, Sam Meyiwa.

Sam Meyiwa suffered a second stroke which led to his death on Monday morning. He had the first stroke in August last year.

Family spokesperson, Nathi Ngwenya, confirmed the news and told TimesLive that the family was in a state of shock.

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