- Kelly Khumalo recently left her fan very confused with her recent social media post
- The songstress posted a picture of herself wearing a head scard but it was the caption that left many with questions
- Kelly Khumalo said that she identified as all religions after asked if she was Muslim
Kelly Khumalo left her fan base a little puzzled recently when she shared a picture of herself wearing a head scarf that looked like a hijab. The singer then went on to captain the picture using an Arabic expression.
When questioned by a fan about whether she was now a Muslim, Kelly responded:
“I am everything”
While some celebrated her religious liberation, others were left a little puzzled by it.
The singer recently released a gospel song with legendary singer Hlengiwe Mhlaba.
She also came out as a sangoma a few years earlier.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo has slammed the Crown Gospel Awards after she lost out in the category that she was nominated in. In a now-deleted Instagram post, Khumalo slammed the event for giving the Best Gospel Song Award to Canaan Nyathi instead of her.
The aggrieved singer also demanded to know if her fans voted for her, asking:
“Bomakhelwane nivotile noma? (Neighbours, did you vote for me or?)"
Canaan Nyathi walked away with the prestigious award for his song 'Baba Ziveze' and Khumalo felt that he was not deserving. She acknowledged that she looked like a "sore loser" but did not care. Taking to Twitter she posted:
“Esphambanweni Vs Baba Ziveze? Someone please balance me? I would have been okay with Jehova uzoyigcina impilo yami or Bawo Yiba nathi bazalwane musani ukuganga ngathi."
Social media users weighed in on her tantrum with mixed reactions.
Twitter user Mathobelasbonga said:
"I don’t even know loyo Baba Ziveze wakhona ai."
"Baba Ziveze is a beautiful song. But truth be told it can't be compared to Esiphambanweni. Those awards must just be cancelled. We've been complaining for years now."
"Canaan Nyathi - Baba Ziveze is a jam sesi. Ask your fans ukuthi why didn't they vote."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!