Duet Loading?: Kelly Khumalo Gushes Over DiepCity Zimbabwean Actor “Pastor Charleston” Chrispen Nyathi
South Africa-based Zimbabwean-born actor Chrispen Nyathi who plays the role of pastor Charleston on Mzansi Magic’s DiepCity is over the moon after meeting South African songstress Kelly Khumalo.
Concomitantly, Kelly Khumalo gushed over Chrispen Nyathi who hails from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe after meeting up with him recently.
Taking to Instagram, Chrispen Nyathi posted a couple of pictures he took with Kelly Khumalo. Captioning the Instagram post, Chrispen Nyathi revealed that even though Kelly Khumalo asked to take a picture with him, he jokingly revealed that he wanted to take a picture with her more than she did.
He went on to thank Kelly Khumalo for showing him some love.
“She asked for a picture but the truth is I need that picture more than she did😁. Ngiyabonga for the love @kellykhumaloza.🥰🥰,” he wrote.
In another post, Chrispen Nyathi revealed that Kelly Khumalo praised his work.
Chrispen Nyathi fans were super excited for him that he got to meet up with Kelly Khumalo. Social media users reckon that Kelly Khumalo and Chrispen Nyathi should do a duet together.
Please release one song together Please
The two of you should do a duet together. It will be 🔥.
@kellykhumaloza should visit your church in Gomora @chrispen_nyathi and you guys make a duet.
Two of my favourites, good to see you together ❤️
My faves in 1 picture
Chrispen Nyathi is one of the fan-favourite actors on the DiepCity.
He plays the much-loved young pastor who’s won the hearts of DiepCity fans with his singing, enthusiasm for the Lord and determination to win the souls of a community filled with crime and poverty.
He once revealed that he enjoys playing Charleston as he enjoys psychotic characters that are thrilling.
“Even though he is a pastor from Zimbabwe that has been in South Africa for a while, he finds that people are tired of being taken advantage of by other African pastors. When he tries to tell the people about God, they want tangible miracles,” he told News24.