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Award-winning musician Kelly Khumalo has beaten back gospel fans who have criticized her and her relationship with Christianity.
In a video she posted on Instagram this week, the star clapped back on those she said judge, especially fans of the gospel genre.
“Those of you who call you Christians, stop! Because you don’t even know what you go to church for. “Our God, our God”, Gha! You!
“The same God you speak of is the one who blesses me every day because he knows exactly who I am.
“I’m not trying to set up a front,” said Khumalo.
She reminded fans that she was not a gospel artist and asked the haters to do her a favor by pressing this non-following button.
“I’m not a gospel artist and I don’t want to be. I am perfect as I am. When you have a problem as a fan it is very easy not to follow f ******. As simple as that! ” She said.
Khumalo isn’t the one to crush her words, so the news came as no surprise to the star’s followers.
Just last week, the “Empini” hitmaker targeted Black Twitter when she accused users of the social media platform of having a bullying mentality and promoting a culture of bullying others.
In a video she posted, Kelly said it was meant to inspire kindness to children. It starts with the parents’ online interactions.
“I’ve seen the majority of this country endorse bullying and even give it a name: ‘Black Twitter’.
“And you will be surprised when your children follow in your footsteps. You teach them.
“If you want them to be kind people, start by being kind, including on the internet,” Kelly said.
“Ask yourself if you are a good parent, if you are raising a bully or a friendly child,” she said.