IT didn’t take singer, Kelly Khumalo, long to heal a broken heart and move on after a break-up with rapper, Chad da Don.
The former lovers briefly dated and got engaged before they split several weeks ago, and the Jehova singer has already found a new man and says she thinks she’s in love.
HINTS SHE HAS A NEW MAN
It seems Kelly isn’t nursing a broken heart, she’s working on music and has recently released, Ngiyazithandela, a love song that hints that she might be back in the dating game. The song’s title translates to “I’m in love”.
In a recent TV interview with eNCA, the muso was asked if she was indeed in love, and even though she was holding back, she revealed that she’s seeing someone and said she’s taking things slow.
“I am (in love) and for me, the importance of it is taking it slow and finding out what works and what doesn’t,” she said. She hinted that her new mystery man could be popular, “You probably know him.”
Kelly and Chad started dating in the last few months of the past year, and things moved quick for the former lovers. Within two months of confirming their relationship, the seemingly in love musicians got engaged and even got matching tattoos of each other’s initials.
The pair’s break-up surfaced earlier this year, and the rapper confirmed the break-up last month. He told Move! that he’s still on speaking terms with Kelly, and said their different religious beliefs got in the way of their relationship. He’s a Christian and Kelly has recently answered her ancestral calling.
The 34-year-old mother of two has been mum about the break-up, but she recently threw what fans think is massive shade to her ex-fiancé by posting a meme that read, “Growth is when your ex isn’t even your type anymore.”
ON THE SENZO KILLERS
Kelly’s baby daddy and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa, was killed in the musician’s family home in October 2014. The soccer star was with the musician, her sister and friends during the alleged botched robbery. The case hasn’t been solved to date. Police Minister, Bheki Cele, has recently reopened it and made a vow to have it resolved by Christmas this year. He said it could even be far, saying that it might be solved by Good Friday.
In the same TV interview, Kelly shared that she and other witnesses gave their statements and told the police all that happened on that fateful day, she also said she didn’t know the perpetrators. However, the mother of two said she still didn’t understand why the killers were still roaming the streets despite the amount of evidence the police had.
“I’m very angry and for me, I feel like the law is failing us,” she said.