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Tweeps react to Kelly Khumalo’s parenting

Twitter users have weighed in on singer Kelly Khumalo’s parenting following the latest episode of her Showmax reality show. Twitter users have weighed in on Kelly Khumalo’s parenting of her son Christian – following the latest episode of her reality series which was released on Showmax on Tuesday 26 July. Kelly has two children – 12-year-old Christian with TV host Jub Jub and seven-year-old Thingo with late soccer star Senzo Meyiwa.

Tweeps think that the singer is being too hard on her son because she wants to “kill the Jub Jub” in him.

Kelly Khumalo

“I feel Kelly is too hard on her son because she wants to kill the “Jubjub” in him! She is reminded so much of Jub that she is afraid son will turn out to be like the father! #LifeWithKellyKhumalo,” tweeted @keitmols.

This comes after Kelly implied that her son feels “entitled” like his father. She explained that she went out of her way to give him everything he wanted for his birthday but he showed no emotion.

The singer then revealed that this is a trait he has from his father, which is Jub Jub. She explained that Jub Jub feels like the world owes him something. No emotion. Nothing whatsoever. He feels like he’s entitled to it,” said Kelly after gifting her son a pair of Jordans

“So, Christian said to me ‘ma’ because I tried to get him Jordans on Christmas, I couldn’t find them. They were out of stock. So, I was like birthday is coming I will get them. He opens them, no emotion,” she said. And this is a very bad trait that I’ve seen from his father. Who feels like the world owes him something,” she continued.

Source: thesouthafrican

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