Kelly Khumalo and Zandie Khumalo to talk about Senzo Meyiwa’s death in a docu-series. Kelly Khumalo and her sister, Zandie Khumalo have secured the bag with Netflix for a docu-series about how Senzo Meyiwa was killed. The late Orlando Pirates’ goalkeeper was shot at Kelly’s Vosloorus home on the 26th of October 2014.
Kelly was in the house with her sister and a few others who had been questioned in court during Senzo’s murder trial.
The family of the late star released a documentary in 2022 about the life of the football star. However, a Twitter user named Joy Zelda reported that the singers will narrate the event that took place in the house the day the star was killed.
“Kelly Khumalo and Zandile Khumalo Gumede have signed a R22 million deal with Netflix to produce a docu-series about the events that took place in the house the day Senzo Meyiwa was Killed,” reads the tweet.
The news triggered emotions and garnered mixed reviews, with a majority exuding anger at Netflix.
“Khumalo sisters are fraud, money comes first not truth ……we’ve been waiting 9years for Truth but in 9dsys they can remember and confess to Netflix?? NETFLIX WILL LOSSE SUBSCRIBERS THIS WAY coz the sisters will be biased and they will lie more about dilutional Robbery,” a comment reads.
Kelly Khumalo and Zandile Khumalo Gumede have signed a R22million deal with Netflix to produce a docu series about the events that took place in the house the day Senzo Meyiwa was Killed 😳🥺#OrlandoPirates Rhulani #MTN8 pic.twitter.com/wmefIEOCtM
— IG:Joy-Zelda (@joy_zelda) October 7, 2023
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