- Mzansi vocalist Kelly Khumalo is celebrating another win
- The songstress has been featured on the cover of a music magazine, Mozaik
- Kelly Khumalo has been through a difficult year but has recorded many wins in between the scandals
Kelly Khumalo is celebrating yet another win before 2020 wraps up. The Empini singer took to social media to share that she was cover girl for Mozaik magazine.
She shared a picture of the cover and thanked all who made it possible.
"From a God to a Queen, allow me to bow out of 2020"
Kelly has survived a very draining year and is celebrating each and every win she managed to get in between.
Instagram user sichazaphupho said:
"I love you Kelly"
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Kelly Khumalo has been exposed for allegedly lying about her age. The songstress is reportedly 38 years old this year.
The musician had claimed that she was 35 years old when she celebrated her birthday last year. Briefly.co.za noticed that even the stunner's internet biography states that she was born in November 1984. Kelly was born on 11 November, 1982.
This is according to court papers filed by Nedbank at the Johannesburg High Court.
The bank wants the court to give it an order to repossess her Porsche after her alleged failure to pay her vehicle instalment. The Empini hitmaker celebrated her birthday last week but she did not mention the year she was born in as she kept using the hashtag #11/11 on Instagram.
In addition to that scandal, Kelly Khumalo has broke 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.
“We note that the leaked document, has been leaked with malicious intentions and urge that neither individual nor other parties interrupt in the process of the investigation being undertaken by the police,” said Moonsamy.
Kelly's legal representative, Moonsamy also said that Kelly had been subjected to harassment over the years regarding this matter and that she has remained strong through it all. She added that Kelly appreciated the support she had been receiving from fellow South Africans to her and her children.
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