- L’vovo recently took to social media to air his concerns as a Kaizer Chiefs fan due to the team's recent streak of porr performance
- The musician complained about the current team manager Ernst Middendorp and asked him to step down
- His video was met with amusement from fans of rival football teams
L’vovo has joined the call of many Kaizer Chiefs fans in asking Ernst Middendorp to step aside next season.
This comes after a string of defeats which almost compromised the team’s top position on the log. L’vovo recorded a video pleading with Bobby Motaung to release the “old man” - referring to Middendorp.
The footage was met with agreement from fans and amusement from those who support rival teams.
Here are some of the reactions:
"Imkile ngempela league (The League is really gone)."
"Qinisile Gatshen lomkhulu akahambi impela sesiphenduke inhlekisa (You are right Gatsheni, this old man needs to go, we are a joke now)."
"Aphelile amaThemba (All hope is lost)."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that L'vovo took to social media to share how he felt after buying his first brand-new whip. Like many first-time car buyers, the musician revealed that he couldn't sleep on the day he bought his first car.
The Bayang'sukela hitmaker slept with one eye open on the night he parked his own car for the very first time at his crib. He kept peeping through the window to check if his machine was still where he parked it.
The star also asked his fans what happened when they bought their first cars and most of the responses were hilarious.
In similar news, Zimbabwean-born soccer player Khama Billiat is making South African soccer enthusiasts smile with pride after he finally scored a goal for Kaizer Chiefs. In the Absa Premiership match against Chippa United, Billiat's first half goal guided his team to a 1-0 win.
Billiat's goal allowed Chiefs to stay at the top of the table due to goal difference. Billiat scored the winning goal after nine minutes and Chiefs fans are still celebrating and congratulating the 30-year-old.
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