Kelly Khumalo opens up on ‘divorce’ from sis Zandile: It’s gone legal

Kelly Khumalo opens up on ‘divorce’ from sis Zandile: It’s gone legal

- Kelly Khumalo recently sat down with Afternoon Express and opened up about a few pressing matters

- She explained that the matter with her sister Zandile and ex-husband Mhlo was being handled by lawyers and that things had escalated

- Another thing Kelly touched on was her apparent Covid-19 meltdown, stating it was a divine calling

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Kelly Khumalo recently opened up about the ongoing sibling rivalry she has with her sister Zandile – it’s gone legal.

It is never nice to fight with family, especially siblings. Your siblings are meant to be lifelong friends, not enemies.

Briefly.co.za knows that Kelly and Zandile’s drama stems from apparent claims Kelly made about her ex-husband, Mhlo Gumede.

Kelly distanced herself from Mhlo after he was involved in a scam, then Zandile took Mhlo’s side and kicked her sister to the curb.

Sitting down with Afternoon Express, Kelly explained that the matter was being handled by lawyers and that things had escalated.

Kelly has no time for those who do not choose her. Family or not, if you not going to have her back, Kelly has no time for you.

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“Honestly, I am at peace with it. I am that one person who moved on when it is time to move on, whether you are family or not. When it is time to move on, it is time to move on.”

Another thing Kelly touched on was her apparent Covid-19 meltdown. Kelly made it clear that she was crying for the country and its people, not herself.

Being in tune with her spiritual side, Kelly said a voice told her to feel the pain of her people and pray.

“It was not even me. If you know me very well, you would know that I am a very spiritual person and I have a gift, in terms of spirituality. I see things. I feel things. With so much that we are going through as a nation, I felt all sorts of things.
“One voice that was loud to me was to ask people, plead with people, to pray and tell God exactly what we want from this situation, because he is the only person who can put an end to this.”

Here is the clip from the show:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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