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Emotional – Please Stop Calling Me a Men Killer, Kelly Khumalo Breaks Down In Tears

In an emotional moment from her Life With Kelly Khumalo show, Kelly spoke about the heartbreak she felt at being labelled a killer, after many accused her of being involved in Senzo’s death.

Kelly broke down as she claimed that her loss had been used against her.

“I have been labeled as this woman who kills men, and I don’t have it in me to murder anyone. It just so turns out that society has taken my loss and used it against me. How is that fair?” she asked.

Fans were introduced to a different side of singer Kelly Khumalo this year, when her reality show Life With Kelly Khumalo, lit up screens.

The show debuted in August and was quickly the talk of social media for producing several explosive moments.

The series not only showed Kelly’s home life and her interactions with her family but also touched on her relationships with late Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa and rapper Molemo Jub Jub Maarohanye.

Senzo and Kelly’s daughter also brought on the waterworks when she asked where her father was.

Kelly did her best to explain to her daughter about Senzo’s death and his love for her but admitted it was hard.

“How do I start the conversation? How do I even tell my daughter who her father is and what happened to him? Because this is such a heavy story for a five-year-old.”

And viewers could feel her pain

Kelly fell out with her sister Zandie earlier this year after she issued a statement distancing herself from an alleged scam in which Zandie’s husband Mhlo Gumede was allegedly involved.

She made it clear that the pair had reached a place of “no return” but their mother Ntombi was holding out for a reunion.

“When I pass on, I want to leave you and Zandile united,” a teary Ntombi said.

Kelly was not moved through and said she was ready to go to war if needed.

“If my sister wants to go to war with me, I will give her a war. My mother is giving my sister and that demon of hers a ticket to disrespect the Khumalo’s. I don’t understand why my mother is crying.”

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