Every team has that important fan who will always be seen when the team plays, that fan who keeps all the other fans happy, his/her presence is always felt and when he/she is not around, the gap could be felt. Orlando Pirates had a fan called Mgijimi who sadly passed away a few months ago, they also had Mama Joy who dumped them and moved to support the KwaZulu-Natal based outfit Royal AM and Kaizer Chiefs have their own Muguyo, now Mamelodi Sundowns are mourning the passing of their important fan who was always playing the big drum everywhere Sundowns player.
Reports emerging suggests that a prominent Ka Bo Yellow supporter John Black ‘Master Drum’ Madumo died, the news about his passing broke on Monday and the Yellow nation has expressed sadness after the news of the passing of one of their fans broke, they took to their social media to announce that the drummer died.
"It is with a heavy heart that we announce the departure of our beloved Master Drummer, John Black Madumo, May your drum beat remain throughout the Yellow Nation forever," they announced.
It is not yet clear what the cause Madumu's death is, but it has been confirmed that the man is no more. Fellow Mamelodi Sundowns fans have also taken to their social media platforms to show their support to the fellow supporter, they shared the moments they had with Madumo, dancing and celebrating their as their team continues to excite them by winning games all the time.
Meanwhile, Sundowns will get to know their CAF Champions League quarter finals opponents on Tuesday swhen they draw takes playlce, they finished on top of their group after winning five of the six game they played, they did not lose a single game and they remaolin on top of the log in the Dstv Premiership log.
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