- Kelly Khumalo has opened up about how she feels about being constantly cyber-bullied
- The songstress sent a message to all her haters and told them to stop projecting their problems on her
- This comes after the stunner was recently forced to clap back at a social media user who called her a murderer
Kelly Khumalo may be the most bullied celebrity in Mzansi. The songstress has been at the butt end of slander on social media ever since the passing of her ex, Senzo Meyiwa.
She recently had to issue a stinging clap-back to a troll who accused her of being a murderer. The result of her response was a fierce debate among social media users about whether her reaction was appropriate.
Khumalo has since asked trolls to "heal" and leave her alone. Speaking in an interview with All4Women, Kelly said:
"Heal. Seriously, heal. Don’t use me as a template of what is not right in your personal life."
She also went on to say that she draws her strength from God. The resilient media personality has rarely let any of the negativity get to her.
"My strength comes from my relationship with God, from knowing that God has a plan to prosper me and not to harm me. And also just from being grounded, with knowing who I am."
Kelly also gave advice to other women in the spotlight going through public scrutiny, like Norma Gigaba and Simphiwe Ngema. She said:
"Do you, ladies. It starts and ends with you. You should never pay attention to people who are merely surviving in their own lives. Do what makes you happy."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo has blasted a troll who tried to come for her recently. A social media user asked Kelly why she denies baby daddy Jub Jub access to the their child.
It was previously reported that Kelly did not want Jub Jub anywhere near their son Christian. Christian, Kelly and Jub Jub’s son, is only nine years old and the poor boy is having to go through all this drama.
Kelly often states how absent Jub Jub is and that she would rather him be out of their son’s life completely. The Empini singer hit back and said that Jub Jub had never even tried to make contact.
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