Video of Kelly Khumalo crying breaks the internet – Watch
Mzansi singer Kelly has shared a special message about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to the world, urging people to get down on their knees and pray unto God about the problem.
While the message has been widely accepted and appreciated on Instagram, Twitter, however, has divided opinion on it. Late Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa trended again on Tuesday evening following a video shared by singer Kelly Khumalo on Instagram.
In the video, the singer said she had not stopped crying after being “summoned” to share a message with the world.
She said: “Hi everyone, I have been asked to ask you, all of you, I don’t care which part of the world you’re at. I’ve been summoned to ask you guys to get on your knees and tell God what you want out of this situation. I haven’t stopped crying, I’m just asking all of you to get on your knees right now and tell God what you want out of this situation.”
While the message was widely accepted and appreciated on Instagram, Twitter, however, had divided opinion on it.
Not sure how Kelly got to this point, but hope she found healing. Not sure how we fit in but ke. #Kellykhumalo
— MissKaitey (@kaiteyg) April 22, 2020
Its about time South Africans stopped bullying Kelly Khumalo, she is human, she has feelings. STOP ABUSING THE POOR WOMAN. #Kellykhumalo
— ? Tshepangone Dire ? (@t_dire_official) April 22, 2020
— Maqhama_D?? (@Dudu_1508) April 22, 2020
— Karabo™ (@ikay_mo) April 22, 2020
Remember when God told Noah to tell his people to build an Ark because He's about to destroy earth using water? nn people slept on that nigga? Perhaps #Kellykhumalo is onto something too pic.twitter.com/yxsodmIhBx
— Agrey? (@RudestSa) April 22, 2020
— #Julius Malema 1st Black President. (@makumbi_k2) April 22, 2020
— Khanyisile 'Mshengu' Tshabalala ? (@Priemadona3) April 21, 2020
— ⁶? (@iambuthelezii) April 22, 2020
— Kwanda (@Kwanda29625225) April 22, 2020