Kelly Khumalo says she's praying Covid ends, urges fan to do the same

Kelly Khumalo says she's praying Covid ends, urges fan to do the same

- Kelly Khumalo took to her social media account to share her thoughts on the way to get through the Covid-19 pandemic

- The songstress posted a video of herself singing and discussing how she believes that Mzansi's way forward is prayer

- Kelly said that she may be criticised but that she believed that divine intervention was the only solution to the global crisis

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Kelly Khumalo is the latest celebrity to share her thoughts on the global pandemic and about how to deal with the Covid-19 crisis.

The famous singer posted footage of herself on social media where she sang and spoke directly to the camera. Kelly talked at length about how she truly believed that the only way through the current pandemic would be prayer.

The songstress said that she was sure she would be criticised but that she knew that divine intervention was required and urged her followers to seek it. She also added a biblical reference in her caption, 2 Chronicles 7:14, which speaks about the divine forgiving sin and healing land.

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Kelly Khumalo, prayer will end Covid

Kelly Khumalo says she continues to pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ends and urged fans to do the same.
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In the video clip, Kelly can be heard saying:

“Beloveds, our people are dying ... Yes, we have to social distance, keep our masks on, and I’m sure with the alcohol ban things are going to go down. But I don’t hear a lot of government officials calling us to prayer. I feel that we need God more than ever at this point in time.”

Kelly spoke about how she truly believed that she knew the only way forward would be prayer and continued by saying:

“Again I know a lot of you will certify me as a crazy person. I need to ask you guys to call on the Lord because no scientist is going to create a miracle at this point. We need God Himself.”

Kelly's fans all supported her and she limited comments on the post. Her followers mostly responded with emojis and an "Amen". reported on when Kelly previously called for divine intervention on the Covid-19 crisis in April of 2020.

AKA sends love and prayers to all workers in hospitality industry

In other celebrity-related news, reported on AKA sending love to people working in the hospitality and entertainment industries over the Covid-19 pandemic.

AKA decided to take to his social media to offer some small gesture of hope and empathy to those working in the hospitality and entertainment industries. The rapper wrote a message that explained how he was thinking of and praying for anyone whose livelihood had been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the regulations attempting to control it.

Supa Mega also wrote that he was hopeful everything would turn out okay but encouraged people to be resourceful and stay strong despite the financial and emotional strain.

AKA specifically shouted out some occupations but directed his message at anyone in the industry who was struggling due to the virus and its widespread effects.

His tweet read:

"Hey restaurant, shebeen owners, workers, waiters, waitresses, artists, DJ’s or generally anyone in the hospitality and/or entertainment industry ... I’m thinking about you and praying everything is going to be ok. Stay Strong, Be Resourceful ... sending you LOVE"
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Commenters' replies varied, with some even explaining their own situations and how they'd been struggling for work through the pandemic.

One follower described her situation as:

@phumieqwabe: "We are not copying at all , I work for a cruise ship and we last worked in March , no work no pay and we have families depending on us this is just too much"

Many others responded with their own tales and hopes that the nightmare that is Covid-19 eventually ends.

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