Kelly Khumalo Singing After High Court Drops Bombshell Has Caused A Stir On Social Media
Kelly Khumalo

Kelly is busy declaring in the song that the battle has already been won. No one really knows what she's talking about in this case because these are some serious and devastating implications made by the high court, and anyone on the receiving end would be worried.

The singer has just posted this video on her Instagram. The caption read, "Rise and shine for the glory of God has come. The battle has been won. Thank you, Lord. But most people are seriously concerned about what happened inside that house when Senzo Meyiwa was killed for no apparent reason and by mistake, according to the advocate.

The defence lawyer in Senzo Meyiwa's murder broke the internet when she announced in court today that she owns the second docket. This is the dog they have been talking about for a long time; it has a lot of evidence and implicates in nature.

The docket states that Kelly Khumalo, Zandile Gumede, Their Mother Gladness Khumalo, Maggie Phiri, Longwe Thwala, Mthokozisi Thwala, and Tumelo Madlala should all be arrested. It is believed that their silence has been an obstruction to justice, and they're basically defeating the ends of Justice, and that is why they have to be brought forward so that I can justify and the country can know precisely what happened.

They will be charged with 1. murder of Senzo Meyiwa and 2. For defeating the ends of Justice, there are many allegations about how Senzo Meyiwa was basically killed. And how the place was cleaned as there was no blood on the floor, and how he was driven to the hospital so that they could give us the impression that they were trying to help.

Soon after this was revealed, which shows that she is also watching the proceedings, Kelly posted this video, and she trended on Twitter at number 1. Adv Teffo put it to court last Monday that an eyewitness saw Kelly shooting Senzo by mistake. Many people have been making speculations about who this witness would be.

But we are still to see; however, we have reason to believe that anyone would be interested in divulging this information because they will be implicated in the murder if they do not break their silence.