Eusebius shares hilarious obituary for Kaizer Chiefs: “You killed it”

Eusebius shares hilarious obituary for Kaizer Chiefs: “You killed it”

- Kaizer Chiefs suffered a humiliating loss against TS Galaxy on Saturday in the Nedbank Cup final

- While Amakhosi fans mourn the loss, Eusebius McKaiser has piled on the misery as he delivered an emotional obituary

- The Radio 702 host shared the surprise tribute on Monday morning and social media users found it hilarious

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Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Soweto giants, Kaizer Chiefs.

The Amakhosi have just come off the back of a dismal PSL season where they finished in ninth position.

Saturday provided a chance for them to redeem the season as they faced minnows, TS Galaxy, in the Nedbank Cup final, but they were humbled once again. earlier reported on the reaction of some of the Chiefs supporters.

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Just as Chiefs supporters mourn the loss and state of the club, Radio 702 host, Eusebius McKaiser, has rubbed salt into the wound by delivering a hilarious obituary on Monday.

The touching tribute packed tons of emotion, but poked fun at the situation the club finds itself in.

McKaiser said, “Kaizer Chiefs was born only 49 years ago on the 7th of January 1970. The club has had a very rich history. Many South Africans would have recalled the club by having a strong rivalry with Orlando Pirates.”

READ ALSO: Pitso wants Sundowns to return to spiritual home at HM Pitje Stadium also noted the emphasis McKaiser placed on the obituary starting at 9am – hinting at Chiefs’ league position.

He added, “I have taken the decision to change my surname. I am no longer McKaiser, it is now McGalaxy.”

The full eulogy can be heard when playing the clip in McKaiser’s tweet.

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