Kelly Khumalo responds to SM user demanding justice for Senzo

Kelly Khumalo responds to SM user demanding justice for Senzo

- Kelly Khumalo has once again had to answer to the death of Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa

- A social media user took to Kelly Khumalo's Twitter account to tell her that they will never forget about Senzo

- The songstress responded in a positive manner but did not divulge any further details on what really happened that night

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Kelly Khumalo can't seem to catch a break regarding the controversial Senzo Meyiwa saga. Fans of the goalkeeper never miss an opportunity to remind the songstress that they want justice.

Kelly was recently forced to respond to an SM user who brought up the subject yet again.

Kelly Khumalo responds to SM user demanding justice for Senzo

Kelly Khumalo had to answer to another tweep asking about Senzo Meyiwa
Source: Instagram

Kelly Khumalo has been promoting her new single Empini on social media. She has been posting about how proud she is for how the track is doing.

Unfortunately, one social media user used that opportunity to tell her that he would never forget that there was no justice for Senzo. Twitter user GOMOLEM12419372 said:

"Wena we haven't forgotten justice for Senzo."

The Empini singer responded by saying:

"May you never forget #StillBLESSED"

Another tweep named XMferi tried his luck by pressing further:

"What really happened Kelly? I have been hearing stories, I don't like fake news, I want to hear the story from the person that was there..."

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The muso did not respond to the request. Kelly Khumalo is adamant that she has nothing further to reveal regarding Senzo Meyiwa's death. The star said whoever thinks she does is gravely mistaken.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the issue was brought up after Kelly posted videos of herself drinking her new brand of gin, Controversy. Of course, trolls saw the videos as a perfect opportunity to harass the singer. They started saying that she should confess who killed Senzo Meyiwa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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