- Kelly Khumalo's song Empini has spent the last six weeks at the top of the Afro-soul/pop chart in Mzansi
- The excited Kelly Khumalo took to Instagram on Monday to share her good news with her fans
- Kelly's fans took to her comment section to praise her for releasing a dope track
Kelly Khumalo recently took to social media to celebrate her song titled Empini being at the top for six weeks in a row. According to The Othority, Kelly's Empini has been the number one Afro-soul/pop song in Mzansi for six consecutive weeks.
The Othority is Mzansi's music authority with the core focus on music charts and album reviews, according to its website. The songstress took to Twitter on Monday, 23 November to share her excitement with her fans after The Othority announced that the song had been sitting comfortably at the top spot for the past six weeks.
The stunner's song is on high rotation on radio and TV stations across Mzansi. It is also doing very well when it comes to music streaming platforms. The musician's fans took to her comment section to congratulate her on dropping a dope track.
Check out some of the comments from her fans below:
"This song is fire indeed! Congrats."
"Congrats... Beautiful song... yes queen."
"You go gal."
"That's a song and half dear, love it."
"Congrats Queen. You deserve it."
"Congratulations. Through thick and thin, you are still standing."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kelly Khumalo has caught another win. Not only is her career currently on an upward trajectory, the singer's side hustle is also receiving some recognition.
Kelly Khumalo's gin was honoured at the SA Women’s Wine & Spirit Awards. The newly-launched alcoholic product known aptly as Controversy was awarded gold at the event. Taking to social media, Khumalo thanked her team for an incredible job.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Masasa Mbangeni has taken to social media to share that she has lost her loved one to Covid-19. The actress took to Twitter on Monday night, 23 November to reveal that her aunt has died due to the coronavirus.
Masasa, who exited Scandal! a few months back, shared that her beloved aunt, Esme, fought real hard but unfortunately succumbed to the disease on Monday. Masasa asked Mzansi to pray for Esme.
"I lost my beloved Aunt Esme to COVID today. She fought real hard. Please light a candle and say a prayer for her."
The star's fans have flooded her comment section with messages of condolences to her family.
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Source: Briefly News