- Kelly Khumalo recently had her followers in stitches with a recent video
- The singer shared that she was battling umkhaba (her belly) from December
- She also explained that she would be dealing with it using non-invasive liposuction
The Christmas holiday season is generally the worst time for those trying to lose weight. The assortment of goodies always go straight to the belly, and Kelly Khumalo can attest to that.
The singer recently took to social media to show her fans the weight she packed during Dezemba. In a hilarious video, Kelly showed off her mkhaba but also shared that she was doing something about it.
"It all went downhill after the 23rd of December, to a point where I gained a muffin top."
The Empini singer explained that she was going to do non-invasive liposuction to get rid of the extra layer of fat.
Social media users shared their thoughts about the funny video in the comments sections.
Insta user 4tune_the_advocate said:
"Bathi why go to the gym when you can buy them!!"
"This is cool. How do they drain the fat?"
"This is so cool Shlobo."
"I love this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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!"
In other news, Kelly Khumalo And Zodwa Wabantu are two fearless sisters doing it for themselves in Mzansi. It comes as no surprise that the pair are close friends. Kelly Khumalo recently paid a visit to Zodwa to support her and buy her chickens.
In a video shared on social media, Zodwa and Kelly were seen laughing and chatting while the singer purchased two chickens. Kelly wanted to buy one male and one female but poor Zodwa couldn’t distinguish the difference between the two genders.
Social media users praised the ladies for the genuine friendship and for supporting one another. Fellow industry peer Nomcebo Zikode commented on the video and said:
“Wow, this is so beautiful, seeing women supporting each other.”
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