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“Twitter cancellation does not remove God’s blessings upon my life” – Kelly Khumalo

This week, Kelly Khumalo has been at the center of headlines after being dropped from two line-ups of events that she was scheduled to perform. Khumalo had been dropped from the Tribute to Women concert and the Maseru Jazz Festival.

News of Khumalo being dropped from the line-up has been making the rounds on social media with many weighing in on the matter, and what it could mean for her as an artist.

Ever since the death of her boyfriend Bafana Bafana soccer player Senzo Meyiwa in 2014, Khumalo has faced criticism from the public, even more so, now that her name has been implicated in the ongoing Senzo Meyiwa murder trial.

Kelly Khumalo

 

Well, Khumalo is not bothered by the talk, as it’s all business as usual for the singer as she is currently actively posting her confirmed booking on social media, with spicy captions.

In one Instagram post, for the RustyRocks All for Women Music concert taking place on August 12, Khumalo confirmed to her fans that she will be there, thanking those who will be coming and telling those who are not coming there will be no shortage, even if they don’t come.

“12 of August sila abezayo siyabonga abangezi asishodi ngabo,” she wrote. Her good friend, Somizi Mhlongo took to the comments and expressed his support for the singer.

On Twitter, Khumalo is being firm and direct with tweeps responding to their questions and reminding them she is “Kelly Khumalo”.

“Twitter cancellation does not remove God’s blessing upon my life….bethanda bengathandi this voice will continue to SING!” she responded to one tweep.

Kelly

In response to another she said: “Shem you must be desperate for attention you even pinned my face on your tweet I understand no one cares when you talk about yourself…… tsek ”

Khumalo’s manager Kgothatso Tsotetsi in response to questions sent by IOL Entertainment, hit back at Tribute To Women Festival director Joe Chakela’s decision to drop his artist from the line-up. Tsotesi brought into question how an artist can be canceled when they have not even been “fully paid”.

“He could have just said he’s no longer interested in proceeding with the booking instead of the whole smear campaign hoping to use my artist to sell tickets,” he added.

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Londie London is back in the game as she announced a new single titled Themba. The reality TV star took a long break from making music without prior notice to her fans.

Although, during the break, she gave birth to two children, left her the father of the kids, started a new business, was featured on a reality TV show, and fell in love again. Read More