Kelly Khumalo and her sister Zandile reportedly signs an R22 million deal with Netflix to reveal what happened the night Senzo died
Rumour mill has it that Kelly Khumalo alongside her sister Zandile Khumalo-Gumede have reportedly signed an R22 million deal with Netflix. However, reports have it that the deal is part of the documentary which is set to start its shooting soon in detailing what happened inside the house the night Senzo Meyiwa died.
The celebrated South African shot-stopper and Orlando Pirates darling was shot at point-blank whilst partying with his then-girlfriend Kelly Khumalo and six others. Despite the daring incident happening in 2014, the trial has since taken several twists from having two dockets to key witnesses being killed before giving testimony before the courts on what happened.
Despite the case being before the court confirmed sources have it that Kelly and her sister have signed the million rand deal in a bid to give their side of the story.
Kelly Khumalo and her sister Zandile reportedly sign an R22 million deal with Netflix
In the wake of the daring news that was revealed by celebrity blogger Musa Khawula, Mzansi is unimpressed and disappointed. Taking it to Twitter Musa Khawula tweeted:
Musa Khawula @MusaKhawulaKelly Khumalo and Zandie Khumalo-Gumede have reportedly signed a R22 miliion deal with Netflix to produce a docu-series about the version of events that took place inside the house the night Senzo Meyiwa was killed.Mama Joy, Maggie Phiri, some Orlando Pirates soccer players and political figures will be interviewed on the doccie. The Netflix series is expected to start shooting soon and airing just after the Kelly Khumalo show finishes on Showmax.
“They hate that I’m not the one who died that day.”