Kelly Khumalo gives birth to bouncing baby girl
According to recent reports, the talented South African singer and songwriter, Kelly Khumalo, has reportedly welcomed a new addition to her family – a baby girl.
While she has not yet confirmed the news herself, an inside source informed ZiMoja that Kelly had a c-section a few days ago in Johannesburg, which resulted in the arrival of her third child.
Kelly Khumalo is known for her hard work and dedication to her career, having performed energetic shows and promoted her latest album during her pregnancy. Just a few weeks ago, the news of her baby shower was the talk of the town.
The event was organised by Nono Events, a popular events management company, and featured Chef Nzuza, Tsotestsi KL, and Makeupbymikzz, creating a picture-perfect setting.
The announcement of Kelly Khumalo’s pregnancy came in 2022 when she was performing on stage in Bergville, KwaZulu Natal, and fans spotted her baby bump. She later confirmed the news, and rumors began circulating that the father is former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Mthokozisi Yende, with whom she has reportedly been in a long-term relationship.
Although Kelly Khumalo has yet to confirm the birth of her daughter, a close friend has revealed that she is currently keeping her new arrival a secret from her fans, as she wants to protect her child from the public eye.
The friend stated that Kelly is a modern yet traditional woman, and as a result, she will be staying indoors for some time before making the announcement. Her past experiences have taught her the importance of safeguarding what is important to her.
Another close friend of the singer praised Kelly for looking good and continuing to slay throughout her pregnancy. Many women tend to let themselves go during this time, but Kelly did not allow it to affect her confidence and appearance.
Kelly Khumalo already has two children – a son named Christain with Jub Jub and a daughter named Thingo with late soccer player Senzo Meyiwa. With her third child’s arrival, fans are eager to hear from Kelly and congratulate her on this new milestone in her life.
Breaking the Stigma: Challenging Society’s Views on Women with Multiple Partners and Children
Stigma has been a pervasive issue in society for centuries, and one such issue that continues to cause a great deal of harm is the stigma surrounding women who have children with multiple partners. This stigma is particularly harsh towards women and is often rooted in patriarchal beliefs that dictate how women should behave in relationships.
Despite the many strides that have been made in gender equality, women who have babies with several different men still face a great deal of social stigma. They are often judged harshly by others, who believe that they are promiscuous or irresponsible. This kind of stigma is not only unfair but also harmful to women and their children.
One of the main reasons why women who have children with multiple partners face such harsh judgment is due to gender stereotypes. Women are often expected to be monogamous, and those who fail to conform to these societal expectations are often judged harshly. This stigma is especially severe towards single mothers, who are often viewed as weak, dependent, and irresponsible.
Another factor that contributes to the stigma surrounding women who have children with different partners is a lack of understanding of their circumstances. In many cases, these women have experienced trauma, abuse, or other difficult situations that have led them to have children with multiple partners.
However, instead of receiving support and understanding, they are often shamed and judged, making it even more challenging for them to move forward and rebuild their lives.
It is important to remember that women who have children with different partners are not inherently irresponsible or immoral. They are merely human beings who have made choices that have led them down a particular path. Instead of judging them, we should seek to understand their circumstances and offer them the support they need to overcome any challenges they may face.
Furthermore, it is crucial to remember that children born to women who have multiple partners are not at fault for their parent’s choices. These children deserve to be loved and accepted, regardless of their parent’s circumstances. Stigmatizing their mothers only serves to hurt them and cause long-lasting damage.
The stigma surrounding women who have children with multiple partners is harmful and unfair. It is time to break free from gender stereotypes and to understand and support women who have experienced difficult situations. Instead of shaming them, we should offer them the support and compassion they need to move forward and provide a safe and loving environment for their children.