Kelly Khumalo almost dropped a bomb when she said she was tired of being afraid and she’s going to address the slain Bafana Bafana goalie, Senzo Meyiwa’s death!
“I have a country that hates me. I have a country that swears at me every day. I have to deal with this. Do I deserve this? No, I don’t. Again, as a woman, the law in this country is failing me,” – Kelly Khumalo
Kelly Khumalo took to her Instagram (TV) to address the Minister of Police General Bheki Cele for not doing his job in terms of getting justice for Senzo Meyiwa.
Kelly Khumalo says that she keeps thinking about how tough it is being a woman in South Africa. She said that she continues to be a victim of the system in the country.
“For years I don’t speak, I shut up because you know maybe in my own way I was trying to find the strength to have the voice to say this. The truth of the matter is that the system when it comes to police in our country is very questionable.
“You know I continue to be a victim of the system in South Africa… Now I am going to address the issue/sh!t of police not doing their job because this is a very serious matter but it seems like someone is sitting somewhere in their high chair and they don’t care.
“Because of this issue/sh!t doesn’t affect your everyday life and this issue/sh!t doesn’t affect your job or business. It doesn’t affect you emotionally, and you don’t have children who are going to have to live through this sh!t. So it doesn’t affect you whether this matter is being solved or not you don’t care,” says Kelly Khumalo.
Kelly Khumalo also cautioned those who might have seen the bottle of her Controversy Gin that she was not drinking.
Kelly Khumalo said that the law in SA was failing women in a very major… not just women but Citizens of South Africa in a very major way but nobody is talking about it… sh!t is being “swept under the carpet”. She said she was not going to sweep anything under the carpet.
“The matter of my daughter’s father needs to be put to an end. It’s been six years. I have become a victim of this matter for very very many years and I am tired. I am going o speak and I am no longer afraid of speaking. Someone in charge is not doing anything. I’ve written letters to the Department of Police and no one is bothering to answer me… Even to say Kelly, we are doing something about this… It’s easy for them to shut up because they don’t have to live a day in my shoes,” expresses Kelly Khumalo.
“I have a country that hates me. I have a country that swears at me every day. I have to deal with this. Do I deserve this? No, I don’t. Again, as a woman, the law in this country is failing me. The system in this country she failing me.
“When are the police are going to do their job? When is someone in charge going to do their job and finding criminals putting them behind bars? Because really this is exhausting.
Kelly Khumalo said no one is doing anything and all they do is to go to TV and hee-hee pee-pee wee-wee we are going to bring criminals to justice.
“6 years later no justice. I am the one who is suffering day in and day out. I am the one who is taking insults from everyone and I don’t blame them because at some point someone needs to be held accountable and at this point in time it is me… I don’t deserve it. So I suggest whoever is in charge of the police to do your job. You have finger-prints, statements from everybody…” says Kelly Khumalo.
Kelly Khumalo said people should stop claiming to be in charge because people in charge protect women and they find criminals, including putting them in jail.