Kelly Khumalo thanks her fans for their love and support following Senzo Meyiwa cyberbullying


When news that the family of former Bafana Bafana goalie Senzo Meyiwa were seeking assistance from Afriforum broke, people on social media cyberbullied Kelly once again.

The goalkeeper was shot and killed outside singer Kelly Khumalo’s home in 2014.

Since then fans of the soccer player have blamed Kelly for his death and have bullied her constantly on social media.

Read more: Kelly Khumalo is being cyber bullied again – and fans have had enough

The Undithanda Kancinci singer took to her Instagram page, not to respond to the naysayers, but to thank those who’ve shown her love and support.

“Your love and support sustains me, non of it goes unnoticed. I’m truly honored and grateful to be followed by such awesome people. Thank you [sic],” she wrote.

This is one of many times that the Qinisela singer has been accused of knowing who killed Senzo and people are demanding that she reveal who did.

Read more: Kelly Khumalo’s heartfelt plea following Senzo Meyiwa accusations

Recently, Kelly put it on record that she’s tired of the trolls.

In a now removed post, Kelly said,

 "I’m done being a doormat, I’m done being a punching bag . . . If you strongly feel, believe and have evidence that I had something to do with my daughter’s father’s killing or I’m somehow protecting the killers? Then by all means necessary do lock me away and throw away the key," she lashed out at the time.

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