‘Popular’ Prophet sees dark clouds rising over Kelly Khumalo

‘Popular’ Prophet sees dark clouds rising over Kelly Khumalo

‘Popular’ Prophet sees dark clouds rising over Kelly Khumalo

Mellontik Orasi, a Zimbabwean prophet has taken to his Facebook page and shared that South African songbird Kelly Khumalo should start praying more because he is seeing “dark clouds rising.”

The prophet claims that until the late soccer star Senzo Meyiwa’s murder case is finalized, Kelly’s security should be tightened.

Mellontik Orasi wrote: ‘Kelly Khumalo if you haven’t prayed before then start now. Dark clouds rising.’

In another post, the prophet wrote: ‘Until the case is over proper security is needed for Kelly, cold blood murder. Don’t kill her!‘

Responding to the post, it appears some Facebook users had no kind words for her as they demanded that Kelly reveals what really transpired on the night Senzo Meyiwa died.

Eva Majabvi wrote: ‘She must just tell us what happened to senzo otherwise she must face karma she will be deserving whatever coming her way.‘

Pullem Marimo wrote: ‘I pray for justice Senzo deserve to live his bright future was cut short and that slay queen knows who killed him if you see bad things coming to her I pray so it will happen very fast Senzo’s soul need to rest in peace.’

Britt Jones wrote: ‘Kelly, her days are numbered, She must face the music.’

Prophet Mellontik Orasi recently got social media talking after it emerged that he “accurately predicted” actor Jamie Bartlett’s death.

In a cryptic Facebook post on 20 May, just after 19:00, Prophet Mellontik Orasi predicted that a male celebrity would die. He said the star was going to die if he is not prayed for.

“When death comes knocking on a man’s door they become unsettled, I am seeing this male celebrity in the South African arts industry dying shortly if prayer is not made,” Prophet Mellontik wrote.

Following Jamie Bartlett’s death, Prophet Mellontik then shared a screenshot of the prophecy he had made as he sent his condolences. He affirmed that his prophecy had indeed come to pass.

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