- Kelly and Zandile Khumalo have reportedly decided to set aside their differences and put an end to their feud
- The Daily Sun reported that the sisters have kissed and made up after a very public spat occurred between the two
- The singing siblings are allegedly set to appear and perform at an upcoming event together
According to the Daily Sun, sisters Kelly and Zandie Khumalo have decided to get over their previous issues with each other. The talented siblings went through a public disagreement which resulted in Kelly releasing a statement saying that she was "divorcing" her sister.
The two singers supposedly had a feud over arguments involving bookings and payments and Zandie's husband, Mhlo Gumede.
Both Kelly and Zandie have beautiful voices and the Daily Sun went so far as to report that the spectacular sisters are set to be performing together at an upcoming event.
Neither Kelly nor Zandie have released an official statement confirming the reunion, but fingers crossed they are happy to perform together and have buried the hatchet for good.
In other celeb-related news. Briefly.co.za recently reported on Simphiwe 'Simz' Ngema taking to Instagram to voice her opinion on people performing charitable acts and then posting them online.
Simphiwe 'Simz' Ngema took to social media to express her frustrations at people doing charity for the sake of likes on their videos. The star posted on Instagram to say she agrees with a Jim Carrey quote about performative good deeds. The quotation that Simz posted was attributed to American comedian Jim Carrey and went: "Imagine struggling with being homeless and someone comes with a camera in your face to give you a meal and you have to take it... Imagine that feeling. Please stop doing that. If you go help someone, do it with kindness and not with your ego."
The actress captioned the post saying that the quote was something she believed in with all her heart and urged her followers to stop participating in filmed acts of kindness. She also mentioned that everyone deserves human dignity.
Some of Simz' followers agreed wholeheartedly with her stance and took to the comments to say so:
@zethiza: "True, if you really need to take a picture for "inspiration". You are more than welcomed to snap a picture of yourself dishing up or something. I always find it as bad taste to show the poor person accepting help/gifts"
@amanda_m.t: "WHY the camera when helping the poor? I hate that so much.....coz to me its like you are not only doing it out of kindness but for praises, to boldify your name and to be noticed...Arg that disgusts me"
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