Kelly Khumalo and Zandie have signed an R22 million deal with Netflix

Kelly Khumalo and Zandie have signed an R22 million deal with Netflix

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Songstress Kelly Khumalo continues to face the wrath of Black Twitter’s cancel culture. Tweeps are outraged at the double standards and favoritism displayed towards her. This follows after a second docket in the murder trial of her baby daddy Senzo Meyiwa, who reportedly implicates her.

According to the docket opened in 2019 by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), Kelly Khumalo, her sister Zandie Khumalo, her mother Gladness Khumalo, Senzo’s friend Tumelo Madlala, Mthokozisi Thwala, and Maggie Phiri, should be held responsible for the murder of the soccer star.

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The docket says they should be charged with his murder and for defeating the ends of justice. The trial was postponed yesterday to Monday to give the defense lawyer representing accused number 5 in the case time to read the second docket.

Mshololo said the state must provide a reason why the five men who are in the dock are accused of killing the soccer star. “The state must provide reason for the decision it has taken…We have been made to plead before this court when we were not in possession of such crucial information,” Mshololo said.

All the five accused have denied having a hand in the murder of Senzo Meyiwa, and they said they are being used as scapegoats to protect the real masterminds who are behind his murder.

Tweeps now wants Kelly Khumalo’s shows to be cancelled. Kelly recently announced that her hit reality show Life with Kelly, will be making a huge comeback soon for its second season.

Life with Kelly season 3 will premiere on July 5 on Showmax. In an explosive teaser Kelly spoke about the murder of Meyiwa saying: “They hate the fact that I am the one who didn’t die that day.” she told her friend Wanda Baloyi.

Controversial Twitter blogger Musa Khawula is now reporting that Kelly and her sister Zandie have bagged a major deal to producer a new docu-series on Netflix centered around the murder of Senzo Meyiwa. The Khumalo sisters are reportedly expected to share their own version of events on what transpired on that fateful night when the former Orlando Pirates goalie was gunned down.

“Kelly Khumalo and Zandie Khumalo-Gumede have reportedly signed a R22 million deal with Netflix to produce a ducu-series about the version of events that took place inside the house the night Senzo Meyiwa was killed,” reports Khawula.

Now, tweeps want her shows to be canceled. They believe she cannot be living her best life while she is reportedly implicate in the murder.

Things took a shocking turn last week when advocate Malesela Teffo made some startling accusations against Kelly. Teffo claimed that Kelly allegedly shot Meyiwa by mistake using a revolver that came with Longwe Twala.

“I put it to you that … an eyewitness will testify that Senzo Robert Meyiwa was allegedly shot by Nonhlanhla Kelly Khumalo by mistake as it is alleged” he claimed.

He added “The same eyewitness will further testify that the firearm used to shoot Senzo Robert Meyiwa by Kelly Khumalo came with Longwe Twala, and that firearm was a revolver.” Now, tweeps are speculating that Zandie might be the eyewitness who is set to testify in court against Kelly.

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