- Kelly Khumalo has slammed gospel fans and told them where to get off in a post on Monday evening, 26 April
- The Empini singer, who has dropped a few gospel songs, shared that she's not a gospel artist and doesn't even wish to be one
- The star told gospel fans on her timeline to stop following her if they have a problem with her
Kelly Khumalo has taken to social media to tell gospel fans where to get off. It is not clear how they provoked the Empini singer but she is not happy with them.
The star shared a clip of herself on Instagram on Monday evening, 26 April in which she told the gospel fans that she's not a gospel artist.
The star did not mince her words when she told the fans that she's not even scared of them. In the clip, the songstress said:
"If you think I'm scared of you, I'm not. Stop saying you're Christians because you don't know what you go to church for. 'Our God, Our God', Ghaaa! Sies! The very same God that you're talking about is the one that blesses me on a daily basis because he knows exactly who I am I don't try and put up a front.
"I'm no gospel artist and I don't wish to be. I'm perfect as I am. If you have a problem as a fan it is very simple, f**king unfollow. it is that simple"
Kelly's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Yes, tell them."
"Amen, I really admire and love you so much @kellykhumaloza."
"I like that straight talk doesn't break any relationship."
"You said it perfectly, period @kellykhumaloza."
"Yess queen. Unfollow and they shouldn't forget to block too."
"The way I love you and this statement."
"Tell them wena Kelly!! Those with a ‘holier than thou’ attitude!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Kelly Khumalo took to social media to slam a certain group of users who collectively call themselves ‘Black Twitter’.
The star weighed in the conversation of bullying that has been happening in the country and said that Black Twitter fuelled the bullying culture.
“I have seen how the majority of this country endorses bullying, even giving it a name: Black Twitter'. And you are surprised when your children follow in your footsteps.”
She went on to say:
“You are teaching them. If you want them to be kind humans, you start with being kind, even on the internet.”
Kelly called on people to fix themselves first before trying to fix the country.
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