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PHOTOS: Thlopane Motsepe is too much, His humbleness and simplicity will leave you stunned

It is true that the majority of people from wealthy families are humble and do not look down on others. Most of them dislike being told that they are wealthy, and they prefer to appear as if they are ordinary people, despite their money.

Speaking about wealthy individuals, Thlopane Motsepe is the oldest son of Patrice Motsepe, a self-proclaimed billionaire and mining magnate. He is currently the chairman of his father's team, Mamelodi Sundowns, following his father's departure when he was chosen as president of CAF.

According to those who have met him, Thlopane is a very humble and down-to-earth person. People have described him as the guy that always has a smile on his face and doesn't look down on others. Despite his wealth and fatherly status in the country, he remains modest and makes every effort to accommodate everyone, regardless of their family background or image.

Thlopane is an extremely private person who does not have public social media platforms. However, he doesn't deny when others want to take photos with him; just the other day, he took a photo with Royal AM chairman, Andile Mpisane, despite the fact that he is a show off person and will undoubtedly publish the photo with him on social media sites.

Patrice Motsepe definitely taught him well, and he is reciprocating his father personality since he is likewise very humble and loves to seem and act like a regular person while having billions in his account. Patrice is what Thlopie is, He makes sure to appear in public as humble as possible judging from his dressing codes.

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