The singer-songwriter Kelly Khumalo has had a difficult relationship with her sister for more than two years, and when she decided to start treatment, the issue came up again.
In the second episode of her reality program, she admits she still believes her sister should apologize and cry over how much their fight hurt the family.
“I’m at a point where I’m tired of being mad. It doesn’t serve me anymore and I think we should find an amicable way of dealing with each other … the biggest issue is I felt my mother wasn’t doing her part,” she told her therapist.
The Empini hit-maker said though she wanted her sister to apologize, she confessed there might be things she did that affected her, so the amendment would be a two-way thing.
“We haven’t had serious conversations, but we speak regularly. I feel like I’ve lost so much time, especially where my godson is concerned,” an emotional Kelly said.
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In February last year, Zandi Gumede uploaded on Instagram that their feud wouldn’t deteriorate her relationship with Kelly’s children
“As an adult and a parent I made a decision that my nephew and niece would never be affected by what’s going on between me and their mother, at least not from my side. I’m not going to deny them access to me or their cousin. That would be utterly cruel of me.”
Zandie added that she had put the children in the twist about the dispute and had come to an understanding with them.
“I would like, however, to categorically state that the situation between me and their mother remains the same and my feelings remain the same. I got all your messages of excitement after seeing them together, they really warmed my heart, but what I noticed is that some took my post as a sign of reconciliation or some reunion between the two of us, but it was not. It was merely about the children.