- Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune uploaded a post to social media where he lamented that he misses getting a haircut from his barber
- A fan volunteered his services to Photoshop the star player's haircut, which he did
- Khune reacted to the hilarious "haircut" he got from his fan and Mzansi was impressed
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A social media user who goes by the handle @RealMrumaDrive uploaded a photo of Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune, which he had photoshopped to change his hairstyle.
Upon seeing Khune's post about missing his barber, the fan asked why Khune didn't just ask him to help out. A fan suggested that he should just go ahead and do it and that he was sure that Khune would love the result.
"Why you don't akkkks me?"
"Just do your job, I'm sure he'll like it."
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He photoshopped the original upload by Khune, in which he lamented the fact that he missed his how he looked after getting a haircut from his barber.
Khune saw the post and reacted to it, thinking it was hilarious. He captioned his post:
"Haai I’m defeated shame."
This is what other social media users thought of the "haricut"haircut:
"He even perfected the grey... Send him an eWallet."
"I don't know if I'm seeing things but the person in the second frame looks like @robertmarawa..."
"We got the best in town."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande had been trending on social media after posting yet another hilarious video of himself dressed to the nines and dancing.
In the latest video, the star can be seen dancing a hilarious dance move in the middle of a deserted road. Katsande's captain at Amakhosi Itumeleng Khune and other social media users reacted to the player's post.
Reacting to the video shared by the Premier Soccer League (PSL), Khune commented with three dancing man emojis.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Kaizer Chiefs will play their remaining 2019-2020 Absa Premiership home matches at Orlando Stadium in the Gauteng biologically safe environment (BSE). The stadium belongs to their arch-rivals Orlando Pirates.
The league leaders will share the venue with Chippa United. The venues were announced in a televised draw on Wednesday morning.
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