Watch Kelly Khumalo Respond To School Kids Singing About How They Hate Her For ‘Killing’ Senzo

Watch Kelly Khumalo Responds To School Kids Singing About How They Hate Her For ‘Killing Senzo Meyiwa’

Kelly Khumalo is known for continuously taking a poke at everything coming her direction from affronts about her supposed contribution in the homicide of her beau to anything about her family; she has endured for an extremely long period as a very rare example of Mzansi A-listers who find opportunity to answer anything tossed at them.

Following a video of grade school kids singing put-downs towards Kelly became a web sensation via online entertainment, Kelly answered by showing a video of her little girl Thingo Khumalo perusing an English book.

This was a poke at the “disagreeable” video that saw primary younger students likely at 8 years old to 10 singing a conventional Zulu melody in a homeroom. Rather than utilizing the legitimate verses of the conventional folktale melody, the school kids changed the verses to affront Kelly Khumalo by calling her a ‘B*’ word and charging that she was the ‘moronic B*** who caused the demise of Senzo Meyiwa’.




“Liyamzonda uKelly Khumalo? Isifeb* saseGoli esabulalisa uKelly Khumalo,” the tune rhymed as the instructor curiously took a video of the overeager understudies.

It has not yet been laid out where in KwaZulu Natal the video was taken from yet virtual entertainment is persuaded the grade teacher who recorded the showy behaviors was behind the singing and distributing of the disagreeable video.

“Recollect kids impersonate what we do. The video of those children singing about Kelly Khumalo is extremely upsetting! What are we showing youngsters kodwa? – one client by username @NoduNgalo composed on her microblogging page.

Rather than brutally responding to the video, Kelly has communicated how guardians and whoever was liable for the singing was working with the disappointment of their understudies as they attempted to annihilate her.

“Nithi niqeda Mina kanti niqeda Ikusasa lezingane zenu😂🙈 ezami izingane👇🏽 klibhi ! #KellyKhumalo,” she said as she posted a video of her girl perusing a book.