- Thembinkosi Lorch took a moment to thank fans for all their love and support, and he did it in traditional attire
- Lorch rocked a swagger traditional Sotho Basotho blanket in a snap he posted when thanking his people
- While the post was a sweet gesture some just could not look past the penalty that the star missed the other day
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South African professional soccer player Thembinkosi Lorch took the time to thank his fans for their support while rocking a dapper in a traditional Sotho Basotho blanket.
Lorch has gained many fans by being a superstar forward for Orlando Pirates and the South African national team, Bafana Bafana.
Mzansi people went all in on a picture of a family wearing matching outfits that were dubbed "SA Gucci”
“Thank you for the love ”
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Lorch supporters take a moment to appreciate the sweet post
While many Mzansi women were swooning over the soccer star, as always, others found the post a nice touch. People really love how proud Lorch is of his culture, however, it was not enough to deter them from the penalty he missed recently, shame. Diehard fans defended their guy though!
Take a look at some of the comments:
“Uyinja thanks for giving us a great final to watch ”
“The game should have been won on normal time they should stop blaming you, in fact you should have not scored the equaliser. At least you could have not missed a penalty.”
Mzansi people went all in on a picture of a family wearing matching outfits that were dubbed SA “Gucci”
In related news, Briefly News reported that matching outfits are cute, but choosing blanket material as “the look”, is definitely questionable. A snap of a fam wearing proudly African blankets as means of matching outfits left the comment section blazing.
Most people have had a moment where they have worn an overly floral item of clothing that could easily be mistaken for curtains, but purposefully wearing blankets is not a choice many make.
Twitter user @Dipuo1026 proudly shared the family snap introducing “The Tjales”. The picture shows the fam wearing outfits made from blankets… even their accessories had a splash of the famous fabric. It is a lot!
Source: Briefly News