- South African celebs have shared their views on the recent slaying of Nathaniel Julius allegedly by a cop
- The celebs, including AKA, Penny Lebyane and Boity, took to Twitter to demand justice for the late Nathaniel
- Nathaniel was fatally shot on Wednesday in Eldorado Park in Johannesburg
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Mzansi celebs have taken to social media to demand justice for Nathaniel Julius. Nathaniel was allegedly slayed by a police officer on Wednesday in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg.
Since his death, Mzansi social media users have expressed their anger at the police and want heads to roll following the incident. South African celebs have also joined the masses who want to see the man who shot Nathaniel behind bars.
AKA reminded cops that their job is to protect the citizens of this country and not to harm them.
"What explanation is there for killing this child in cold blood, in the street like his life is worth absolutely nothing? SAPS you are supposed to protect these lives, not take them away. God bless Nathaniel Julius and his family."
Boity also called for the arrest of the cop who was involved in the heartbreaking incident.
"Nathaniel’s killer must pay!!! There’s no other way around it!!!!"
Radio and TV presenter Penny Lebyane also shared her two cents following the incident.
"Not our children please. Heads must roll. My thoughts and prayers are with family, especially his mother and father, may God almighty give you strength and the Holy Spirit hold you close during this difficult time."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kelly Khumalo has opened up about her ongoing victimisation regarding the slaying of her baby daddy, Senzo Meyiwa.
The star left the viewers of her reality TV show Life with Kelly Khumalo in tears when the second batch of the show's episodes aired on Thursday night, 27 August.
The talented singer questioned the audacity of some Mzansi citizens who have used Meyiwa's sad story to throw shade at her. Some of the star's fans were also impressed when she had a frank conversation with her son, Christian.
The convo was about Christian's father Jub Jub. Kelly's fans have taken to social media to praise her for being a strong single mother and for working hard for her kids.
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