- Kelly Khumalo and Khanyi Mbau both attended the memorial of the late Kwaito star Mshoza
- Both Kelly and Khanyi worse black dresses but Kelly went for a more classic classy look while Khanyi took the hear-tuner approach
- Kelly and Khanyi both looked stunning and fans couldn't help but let them both know that they are total flames
Mzansi boss babes Kelly Khumalo and Khanyi Mbau both attended the memorial of the late Kwaito star Mshoza. Both ladies dressed to impress and shared their condolences on social media.
Taking to social media, both Kelly and Khanyi showed off their memorial attire. Being the moguls that they are, Kelly and Khanyi worse some stunning black outfits for Moshe’s memorial.
Kelly wore a figure-hugging black lace dress which had a high slit showing off her lush legs. She accompanied the gorgeous dress with a boujee that that finished the outfit perfectly.
“As we bid farewell to the Queen of Kwaito #HoshMshozaBozza”
Khanyi, also dressed in black, wore a short long sleeve poloneck dress with some show-stopping over-the-knee snakeskin stiletto boots. A lot simpler than Kelly but definitely a jaw-dropper.
“The good in goodbye.”
Fans took to the comment section of both Kelly and Khanyi’s posts to let them know how lush they both looked. While Kelly might have been a bit more appropriately dressed, people still swooned over Khanyi’s outfit.
@slezeee: “Beautiful dress!”
@garrystuurman: “Looking ravishingly gorgeousMs Khumalo.”
@laface_ayanda: “Wifey baby sweetheart looking fabulous honey.”
@vuyelwakutumela: “Yayi fire.”
@perfectnokwanda000: “Looking stunning momma.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that the memorial service for late kwaito star Mshoza took place in Newtown in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 25 November. The star's close friends, family and a few fans were only allowed to attend the service due to the Covid-19 regulations.
Most of the musician's fans streamed the memorial service live on YouTube. Mshoza's life was celebrated with songs from the 90s when kwaito music still dominated the airwaves in Mzansi.
Songs from Mshoza, Trompies and late Lebo Mathosa, among others, were played loud at the venue in celebration of Mshoza's contribution in the Mzansi music industry.
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