Man hilariously has himself photoshopped into pic with Kelly Khumalo

Man hilariously has himself photoshopped into pic with Kelly Khumalo

- A man's wish was granted and he was pictured in a romantic embrace with popular singer Kelly Khumalo

- However, the pic was photoshopped and received a hilarious response via social media

- Some South Africans warned him to be careful what he wishes for

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Mzansi songstress Kelly Khumalo is known for quite a few things - her talent, her beauty and her tumultuous relationships.

It therefore comes as little surprise that many South African men are crushing on the popular singer.

Twitter user Rumani® (@RealMrumaDrive) revealed that a young man approached him to edit a photo so as to give the impression that he was pictured with her.

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Rumani is known for his photoshop ability and he duly obliged but added the following comical caption:

"This guy is a risk taker."

The end result looks brilliant and one could be forgiven for falling for the deception.

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Tweeps found the post hilarious and implied the man was flirting with danger - alluding to Khumalo's relationships with the late Prosper Mkwaiwa and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa.

Nkhabusi (@Lenyora_Lesedi) said,

"Yoooo this guy is poking death."

A men has no name (@niclsithole) added,

"No corona virus shall prosper against you...let kelly do the job."

El Matador™ (@buddyPha) responded,

"I stan, crushing on thee most appealing lady on these streets......legendary."

Meanwhile, reported that 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.

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