- South African songbird Kelly Khumalo has once again rubbed Mzansi up the wrong way
- This time, however, Khumalo did nothing more than release a new single with an ambiguous title
- Many social media users believe that the title has something to do with the unsolved murder of Senzo Meyiwa
Kelly Khumalo just can't stay away from controversy. The title of her new song Ngathwala Ngaye, which has rubbed many social media users up the wrong way.
Although the song is an innocent love ballad, the title has a double meaning which many believe alludes to Senzo Meyiwa's murder.
In the isiZulu language, 'ukuthwala' refers to the killing of a person for the purpose of using their sacrifice to attain wealth using dark magic. However, in the context of the song, the term refers to being head-over-heels in love.
The ambiguity has left many social media users fuming. Twitter user NtokoGift said:
"Ooh ngoSenzo nkos yami."
"This title is too disturbing."
"This title is unsettling kodwa ke."
"Actually this chick is admitting something here."
"Your songs don't sound the same ever since the Senzo incident."
"Who is playing Senzo in the music video?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za 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.
Sunday World reports that 11 November, 1982 is Kelly Khumalo's real birth date, according her identity document number appearing on the vehicle sale agreement contract entered into by the musician and Nedbank in 2017.
In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Kelly is about to lose her luxurious 2011 Porsche Cayenne Tiptronic if Nedbank has its way. The singer's vehicle will reportedly get repossessed by Nedbank after sis failed to keep up with monthly instalments.
The Empini hitmaker is reportedly facing arrears fees of R62 000. The stunner bought the car in March 2017 through the bank's loan of a whopping R500 000.
She was required to pay a fee of just under R10 000 monthly up until 2023 but she has seemingly failed to do so.
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