South Africa's well-known fan Mama Joy has had tough weeks as of late with her attendance to stadiums not being the most enjoyable ones. It all started when the former Orlando Pirates fan made a return to the Orlando Stadium for the first time since she announced her crossover to Royal AM.
It's hard to say what kind of treatment she was expecting as she revealed that she was unhappy with the treatment she received from the Orlando Pirates fans. They neglected her and only a few sat alongside her when Orlando Pirates hosted Chippa United.
The fans said and even sang songs which she did not appreciate. Then days later she attended the game between Royal AM hosting Mamelodi Sundowns in the Nedbank Cup semi-final two and was disappointed with the results of the game.
Spotted on the stands, Mama Joy's facial expression showed the disappointment of seeing the team she now supports being eliminated from the Nedbank Cup. What is left to compete for as Royal AM is finishing in second place in the DSTV Premiership.
Sources: The South African
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