- Kelly Khumalo is choosing to focus on the music amid all the rumours about her involvement in the Senzo case
- The talented songstress recently took to social media to show off that her new song Empini has topped the charts for 3 weeks
- Mzansi social media users congratulated her on the massive achievement
Kelly Khumalo recently took to social media to show off that her track Empini is still topping the charts. The song has been sitting pretty as the country's biggest Afro soul/Pop song in the country.
The stats are according to OthoritySA and were shared on Kelly Khumalo's Instagram account. The singer has kept her head amid the growing controversy around the Senzo case, and has decided to focus on her music instead.
There's no denying her talent as the song Empini continues to inspire all who listen to it. Her social media following congratulated her on the incredible achievement.
Instagram user deesserudigan said:
"Deservedly so. We needed to wrap 2020 on a courageous note and this song is it."
"I was looking for some other songs on mp3juice I bumped to Empini I listen to it before it even become popular. I played it driving to work and I said wow makhumalo"
"Wowwie!! well done Kelly! What a master piece..."
"Beautiful song...your singing ALWAYS gives me goosebumps. You are such a gem"
"Congratulations my honey your work is out of this world"
"You're a STAR MAKHUMALO through dark and light. STAY STRONG"
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that singer Kelly Khumalo has finally broken her silence after the latest developments in her late boyfriend Senzo Meyiwa's murder case.
The case has been ongoing since his death in 2014. Former EFF treasurer-general Magdalene Moonsamy gave a statement that expressed her law firm will be representing Kelly Khumalo in the matter from here on out.
The statement also added that Kelly has not been implicated or charged in the matter, therefore she is not a suspect in the case.
This did little to deter the masses who have deemed Kelly as guilty without a trial.
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Source: Briefly News