Kelly Khumalo has been subjected to endless abuse from the public over the past few years following the 2014 death of Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, and has often taken to social media to address the matter.
The "Happiness" singer's latest emotionally-charged statement follows recent reports of the impending arrests of "three well-known personalities" after a "breakthrough" in Meyiwa's murder case. Meyiwa was gunned down on 26 October, 2014, in Vosloorus, at his then-girlfriend's [Khumalo] house, in an alleged botched armed robbery.
Sunday World reported that "three well-known personalities and a top cop are allegedly facing imminent arrest for defeating the ends of justice in the murder case of the late Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa."
On Monday night, however, the South African Police Service (SAPS) refuted claims of "imminent arrests on murder or defeating the ends of justice charges"
"I spoke to the investigating officer, there is no imminent arrest regarding this case," said national police spokesperson, Colonel Brenda Murudili.