- South African songstress Kelly Khumalo shared a sweet video of herself singing
- The footage also featured Kelly Khumalo's daughter's Thingo and fans absolutely loved it
- Khumalo's social media following complimented the songstress on her stunning voice while others were even moved to tears
Kelly Khumalo recently pleased her fans with a video showing off her amazing vocals.
Another pleasant surprise was Kelly’s super cute daughter, Thingo. The vocalist belted out a vocal tune that left some of her fans in tears.
She captioned the video with a message about God and faith.
Instagram user mkhululingubane said:
"Your vocal ability."
"I love you."
"I love youuuuuuuuuuuuu."
"Have a blessed Sunday MaKhumalo."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo looked absolutely classy at Somizi’s recent get-together.
The Empini singer took to social media to share a picture of herself enjoying a glass of wine at Somizi’s lavish lunch. She captioned the pic:
“When Somizi says it's lunch time."
Her followers could not get over how amazing she looked in a white gown and matching sunnies. Instagram charmylesh said:
"Sun-kissed my Lady K."
"Don't be too hard on us Sis."
"Gorgeous as always."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo is still buzzing off the success of her single Empini but she is ready to bless Mzansi with another.
Taking to social media, the vocalist shared that she was going to be releasing the song Ngathwala Ngaye next.
She shared a video of herself jamming to the song while driving in her car. Her fans were excited to hear that she would be blessing the radio waves with more music.
If the hype is anything to go by, the song will enjoy just as much success as Empini.
Instagram user mancubel said:
"The way Empini took me through Covid. Ngiyabonga Makhumalo. It was my comfort zone. Was prepared to die listening to the song, even in hospital ebalungu were irritated with me."
"You will always be my number one. Uyangithembisa Impilo beautiful lady."
"When should we expect it, it sounds interesting."
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