Singer, Kelly Khumalo, agreed with Khaya Mthethwa’s Twitter post, which opposed the popular belief that a coronavirus is an act of God; this after people suggested that it was by quoting a Bible verse.
On Tuesday, 24 March 2020, Kelly Khumalo clarified that she does not believe that a coronavirus is an act of God. Kelly commented on a post by fellow musician, Khaya Mthethwa, which rebutted the sentiments that many people have expressed by quoting Bible verses, particularly Chronicles 7:13. Kelly strongly agreed with Khaya’s post, noting that she had finally found someone she agrees with by posting a solidarity hand emoji.
— Controversy Gin (@KellyKhumaloZA) March 24, 2020
In other news – Everything you need to know about Lerato Kganyago’s Hubby
Every Tom, Dick and Harry knows by now that Lerato Kganyago recently got hitched. Although she hasn’t personally unveiled the lucky man to the masses, that didn’t stop the social media “detectives” from finding pictures and some info on him.
Lerato Kganyago only posted pictures of her family elders during the wedding on Instagram – her followers were perplexed by this move, hence they eagerly waited for her to officially (and finally) post a picture of her hubby but dololo! Read more