Kelly Khumalo’s album records huge success despite calls for her arrest

Kelly Khumalo’s album records huge success despite calls for her arrest

Kelly Khumalo’s album records huge success despite calls for her arrest

Kelly Khumalo secures a series of wins despite being bullied over the murder of her ex-lover, Senzo Meyiwa.

It’s been a week mixed with different feelings for the star; after celebrating her son’s birthday she got dragged on Twitter for striving despite Senzo’s case being unsettled in court, and she’s about to round off the week with exciting news of her 2020 album titled, The Voice of Africa.

The album has gone gold while singles off the project have secured multiple platinum status.

Esphambanweni is certified platinum, Ngathwalangaye is also certified platinum while Empini has gone four times platinum.

The feats were announced to Kelly in a boardroom with other executives on sit and the singer screamed in excitement.

Sharing the news on social media, Kelly said she is speechless but has expressed gratitude to Universal Music Group and other music groups that have helped her achieve this great success.


Chicco Twala says his son Longwe Twala and Kelly Khumalo know the truth about who killed Senzo Meyiwa and has questioned why they are silent.

In an interview with Newzroom Afrika regarding his arrest, Twala said it pains him that people are tarnishing his name when he wasn’t even there when Senzo Meyiwa was murdered.

The producer said he wasn’t present like the other eight people, which included his son. He received a call from Kelly Khumalo after the murder and then only went to assist.

“My son, Kelly Khumalo and the others who were present know the truth. Someone cannot be shot in their presence and they are all silent about it. They know who killed Senzo; my son knows, Kelly knows and everyone else who was there knows.

“I must be excluded, I was not there and I am not part of it. I have said it before as well that I am not going to protect my son; if he is the murderer trust me I will come out in support of all the people who want the perpetrators to be jailed. I will never protect him.”

Social media users have alleged that Longwe Twala is the one who shot Meyiwa and that Chicco is shielding him from going to jail. Many theories have surfaced, especially since the Netflix documentary Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star, debuted.