Few days ago, the Mamelodi Sundowns top fan, the legendary crowd puller at stadiums Mr John Black ‘Master Drum’ Madumo was reported that he had passed away. His death came in as a shock to the Mamelodi Sundowns family and supporters. Tributes continued to pour to the family from supporters whon they took it to social media to pay tribute.
Every team has that one key supporter who is always in attendance at games, who makes the other fans happy, and whose absence leaves a noticeable void. A few months ago, Mgijimi, a long-time supporter of Orlando Pirates who had recently died, was replaced by Mama Joy, who left the Pirates and joined the KwaZulu-Natal-based outfit Royal AM, and now Mamelodi Sundowns are mourning the loss of a fan who was always playing the big drum whenever a Sundowns player appeared.
John Black 'Master Drum' Madumo, the Mamelodi Sundowns' most ardent supporter, was recently reported to have passed away. Sundowns' entire neighborhood was devastated by his passing. One method that mourners showed their respect to the departed's family was by posting tributes to them on social media.
It was reported a few days ago that Mr John Black 'Master Drum' Madumo, the Mamelodi Sundowns' most ardent supporter and famed crowd-puller at stadiums, had died. Mamelodi Sundowns' family and followers were taken by surprise when he died. People proceeded to pay their respects to the family by posting tributes on social media sites, which they shared with the rest of the world.
In recent weeks, it was reported that Mr John Black 'Master Drum' Madumo, a long-time Mamelodi Sundowns supporter and renowned crowd puller at stadiums, had passed away. Mr Madumo was the club's most ardent supporter and a well-known crowd puller at stadiums. Fans and members of the Mamelodi Sundowns family were taken completely by surprise when the news of his death broke.
Not many days prior, the Mamelodi Sundowns top fan, the unbelievable group puller at arenas Mr John Black 'Expert Drum' Madumo was accounted for that he had died. His demise came in as a shock to the Mamelodi Sundowns family and allies. Accolades kept on pouring to the family from allies whon they took more time to online entertainment to offer recognition.
Every team has that one crucial fan who is always there at games, who brings joy to the other fans, and whose absence leaves a palpable hole. Mgijimi, a long-time supporter of the Orlando Pirates who had lately died, died a few months ago. Mama Joy, who left the Pirates to join Royal AM in KwaZulu-Natal, took her position, and Mamelodi Sundowns are now mourning the loss of a supporter who was usually playing the large drum anytime a Sundowns player arrived.