- Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune took to Twitter to give out some words of wisdom on Thursday
- The captain posted a picture of him just outside of his house with a motivational caption
- Khune said people should focus on themselves and move forward without worrying about what anyone else thinks
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Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has shared some wisdom on Twitter while also showed off his big, beautiful house.
Khune posted a picture of himself outside his house with the caption:
"Not everyone will understand your journey, and thats OK. Focus on moving forward not what others think."
The 'AmaKhosi' captain has been winning both on and off the field. Khune and his wife recently welcomed a cute little baby girl into the world.
The shot stopper is also the ambassador of the Dan Up yoghurt brand.
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Fans reacted to the goalkeeper's wisdom while also taking note of his lavish house.
"Nice Neighbourhood bro ....I’m sure your parents [and] whole family are proud"
"The good motivation to start a day, nice one"
Some fans asked Khune to imitate his teammat Willard Katsande, who has gained popularity on the internet for his custom dance moves, along with the caption: 'Boss ya mboka kitoko makasi'
"Upload the video where you do the Boss ya mboka moves"
"True motivation my skipper........the journey continues"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Khune's teammate Katsande went viral over a video he posted doing his dance moves which he has become popular for.
Khune saw the funny side and questioned Katsande on the name of the dance The video started off with Katsande doing a new dance move and then proceeding to strut his staff on camera.
The video had Amakhosi goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune in stitches and he responded via Twitter: "What do u call this dance my captain?"
Briefly.co.za gathered that the dance is known as Borrowdale and that it has Zimbabwean origins.
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