Poud Supporters : See Pictures Of Khuzani And Big Zulu Wearing Amazulu FC Jersey
By Jikelele | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 1250 views
Two of the biggest musicians who released hit songs that competed for crossover song of the year competition on Ukhozi FM, Rapper Big Zulu and Maskandi artist Khuzani Mpungose have proven to be proud Amazulu FC supporters.
These two artists have been posting pictures of themselves wearing Amazulu FC jerseys which are specially designed for them, as their names are written on them. Big Zulu has recently posted a picture of himself at the airport wearing this soccer club's jersey with no 7 and his stage name printed at the back.
Khuzani has also done the same when he posted pictures of himself wearing Amazulu jersey with the number 10 and Indlamlenze printed on it. These two artists seem to be posting these pictures to prove how proud they are as supporters that this team has been doing quite well these days.
Take a look at some of the pictures of Khuzani Mpungose and Big Zulu rocking their favourite team's colours.
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