- SA Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula recently shared a hilarious tweet about Kaizer Chiefs football fans
- In his tweet, the minister subliminally calls on the fans who have been celebrating Chiefs' recent victory, to take it easy
- Many soccer fanatics were soon taking to the comment section to share their thoughts on the hilarious tweet
SA Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has never been one to shy away from the Twitter streets, always taking some time out to share his thoughts on one thing or the other. This time he has shared his thoughts about Kaizer Chiefs fans.
In his hilarious yet low-key shady tweet, Minister Mbablula basically calls on the fans, who have been in unusually high spirits as of late, to tone down with all the celebrating that they've been doing online.
"Kaizer chiefs people no man," he wrote in the tweet.
Many South African soccer fans actually agreed with Mbalula. A lot of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
"You'd swear they've won the league."
"They must be reminded that their team hasn't won a trophy in 6 years."
"One would think they defeated Manchester City yesterday yeyi banomsindo labantu maan."
This man, @Gee2511 defended his team by saying:
"Let me put it you like this...Asinamsindo, we are many, that's the thing, so when we start tweeting, we flood the time lines. When we walk, the ground shakes.When we sing, birds fall from the sky and I bet if we were to drink from a river, we'd drink the river dry."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news Orlando Pirates player Innocent Maela seems to be taking his mistake during a Black Leopards game quite seriously. The young Buccaneers player managed to score an own goal against the team during a game on Sunday afternoon.
Seemingly feeling pent-up with guilt, the young player has decided to apologise for the own goal in a tweet that has since been deleted, which read:
"Disappointing match yesterday, simply not good enough. I take full responsibility for my mistakes and actions leading up to the first goal. I apologise Buccaneers. We promise to be better."
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