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, a prominent Ka Bo Yellow supporter, died on Monday, according to reports, and the Yellow nation expressed sadness after the news of his passing broke, they took to their social media to announce that the drummer died.
That John Black Madumo, our beloved Master Drummer, has left the Yellow Nation "with a heavy heart," they said in a statement.
Despite the fact that the cause of Madumu's death has yet to be determined, it has been confirmed that the man has died. Fans of Mamelodi Sundowns have also taken to social media to show their support for Madumo, sharing the moments they had with him, dancing and celebrating as their team continues to excite them with wins.
The Sundowns, who won their group with five victories out of six, will meet their CAF Champions League quarterfinal opponents on Tuesday when the draw takes place. The Dstv Premiership side finished the season unbeaten and atop the log.
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