- Kelly Khumalo has revealed that Senzo Meyiwa's daughter is a Khumalo
- The singer said the late footballer did not pay damages to her family after the birth of the child
- She also went on to accuse the Meyiwa family for jeopardizing the investigation of Senzo's death
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Kelly Khumalo left Mzansi in a state of shock after she revealed that her daughter was not a Meyiwa. The songstress made the revelation on Ukhozi FM.
According to Kelly, the Meyiwa family had not followed customs and paid for damages. These customs are practiced when a child is born out of wedlock; the father's family is supposed to pay in order for the child to be part of their family. The singer said that because this tradition was not followed, her child remains a Khumalo.
She went on to say that she sees no need to change anything now.
"We aren’t family and will never be.”
Kelly has been the victim of public backlash ever since Senzo Meyiwa passed awaym. Many have accused her of hiding evidence which will reveal the thugs who killed the late goalkeeper. Khumalo, however, stands firm that she is being unfairly persecuted.
“How is it my fault? Is it my fault because Senzo loved me? I don’t think the thought of it being my fault that Senzo was shot comes from South Africa.
Kelly claims the Meyiwa family are hampering with the investigation. She blames them for the perpetrators still roaming free.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo looked fire in a recent snap shared on social media. The songstress was draped in a gorgeous yellow dress and looked every bit the superstar that she is. Khumalo shared pictures of herself wearing the dress on her Instagram profile. She did not fully clarify what the impromptu photoshoot was for, but fans agreed that she looked amazing - as usual.
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