Kelly Khumalo confidently exuded support for the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) political party. The singer remains focused amidst reports of being linked to the killing of her ex-lover, the Soccer star, Senzo Meyiwa. Taking to Twitter over the weekend, during the 10th anniversary of EFF, the star says she’s proud of the political party.
“I’m so proud of EFF!” she wrote.
However, her tweet garnered mixed reactions, most of which were antagonistic.
Yoh yoh yoh. You are the last person they need at their side, not you hle pic.twitter.com/o9HTYmgkqo
— Malume Dee (@Mr_neverdie_d) July 30, 2023
Once you start liking something it magically dies, i hope EFF isn’t gonna disappear.
— FormerEFFmemberActionSA️ (@MrSoWhat31) July 30, 2023
A Twitter user reminded Kelly Khumalo of an old video where Julius Malema – The party leader claimed she knew who killed Senzo.
“I truly don’t care what your thoughts of me are… the fact remains that it takes courage and strength to build what Malema built and that deserves applause even from me,” the singer responded.
I truly don’t care what your thoughts of me are… the fact remains that it takes courage and strength to build what Malema built and that deserves applause even from me. https://t.co/GCYYb4Hf4A
— The Voice Of Africa (@KellyKhumaloZA) July 30, 2023
Source – HipHopDx
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