Former Orlando Pirates star player has had his restaurant business looted and destroyed from the ground up following the uproar and unrest in Soweto. He's business that only saw its doors open not more than three months ago was torn down like it never existed.
It employed a few locals to help operate the restaurant but have now been put in such a tight situation, possibly an unbearable one. Luck Lekgwathi posed infront of his damaged restaurant "Grootman" in pictures shared on social media. He had the caption under his post that said, ' I leave this to the Almighty God.'
In the video posted it could be seen that tables and several other appliances were abruptly looted from the store. The images started outrage with sadness over the situation. Players and media personnel have come out to speak out with Teko Modise feeling bad and replying how heart breaking the whole thing is.
Luck Lekgwathi left the football scene back in 2016 and was only trying to support the community and himself with the restaurant but only trouble has broken out.
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