- Shaun Mkhize opened up about how anxiety kills her every time she has to watch her team Royal AM FC
- The reality TV show star bought Royal AM FC a year ago for her son and player Andile Mpisane
- Although she wanted to collect six points from the two games the team played in the Mother City, Khizo was happy with four points
Shauwn Mkhize has opened up about the anxiety of watching her team play. The wealthy businesswoman was recently in Cape Town to watch Royal AM FC play against two sides from the Mother City.
Shauwn Mkhize bought Royal AM FC a year ago for her son Andile Mpisane. He is a player and chairman of the club. The first game her team played was against Steenberg United and they won 2-1.
On Tuesday, 4 May, the reality TV star's side took on Cape Town City. Khizo wanted to bag all three points during the game but unfortunately they shared a point each after the game ended in a draw.
Before the big match, the Uzalo actress took to Instagram and shared how she felt just before the game started. She said the anxiety of waiting for the outcome of the game was killing her. She wrote:
"The moment is now my walk says it all, the anxiety is killing me. I have never been so emotional about the game, the adrenaline is on its topest form. I wish I could sleep and wake up when the match is finished . I need all the luck and prayers I can get, there is no turning back now the moment is now."
Mam'Mkhize's friends and fans took to her comment section to wish her good luck. Check out some of their comments below:
Minnie Dlamini commented:
"Sending love and well wishes."
"Best of luck."
"Best of Luck Mommy."
"Best of luck to you and the boys mamii."
"God's Grace is upon you and the boys. I said it."
"Wish the whole team & management of @royalam_fc the outmost best in today’s crucial game, let’s go boys."
Shauwn took to Instagram again after the game ended to tell her fans how the match ended. She hilariously spoke like a true team manager.
"The game is finished my usual referee Badi again gave our keeper a red card my boys fought again. They were denied a penalty, no additional time added because my boys were going for them even with one man down. But they have secured a point away from home so we collected 4 points out of 6 in CPT, not bad even though we wanted full points . A point away from home is not bad ASIPHELI MANDLA ... 3 more games to go, the fight is still on."
The reality TV star recently revealed that she did not audition for her role in the Mzansi most-watched TV show. The flamboyant businesswoman took to Instagram on Thursday morning, 4 March to let her fans know that she'll make her first appearance in the show on Thursday night. MaMkhize wrote:
"D-day has finally arrived and tonight I make my first appearance on @uzalo_sabc1 I’m so excited!!! Thank you to everyone for the support and love you’ve shown me leading up to today."
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