It seems as if love is in the air for Orlando Pirates star defender Paseko Mako. In a video shared on Facebook by Makgafela Madisha, the younger sister of the late Motjeka Madisha, Mako comes barring gift for his girlfriend.
The Orlando Pirates defender can be seen dancing to a tune caring flowers and gifts. The hit song in the background has lyrics translated to, ' I'll ask my delegation (uncles) to send cattles for lobola to your family".
The Orlando Pirates defender has been keeping his love life on a low for a while now. Makgafela has since been the one declaring her love for the Orlando Pirates star player. She usually shares pictures of themselves as a couple and also appreciating his boyfriend on social media.
It is not known when the pair started dating but from Makgafela's social media activities it seems as if the pair have been on it for some time now. We are still in limbo as to whether the music played in the background was hinting at what is soon going to come. It surely would be an event that is mostly going to make headlines.
Paseko Mako was also one of the players in the country that mourned the passing of Motjeka Madisha. Early in January, during the 1-1 draw match between Orlando Pirates and Moroka Swallows, Mako paid tribute to the late star.
The beautiful video shared by Makgafela Madisha had the caption, " Bophelo re satlo Bophelo", which can be translated to, "we still going to live this life".
Source : https://www.facebook.com/makgafelahope.madisha/videos/1036044823807514/?app=fbl
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