Siphiwe Tshabalala claps back at a fan telling him to be a plumber.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 6795 views
Public figures are working hard to make a better life for themselves and their families. With all the hard work they are giving in they are also giving back to the community. Some have foundations that are giving back. Either through education or food. Everyone has their own focus.
Siphiwe Tshabalala is one of the best foot ballers in the country. His humble nation is one of the things that make him loved by people. He is currently playing for AmaZulu. His fans are happy to be seeing him on the pitch. Him and his wife just welcomed daughter.
The football player loves and understands soccer so much that he started a foundation to help future soccer players. He regularly has matches going on and gives them as much support as he can. Build it has just donated soccer boots to him and he excited about them. We know whoever he is going to give will be even more excited. One of his fans told him to just be a plumber. He replied by telling him he might just build a Build it store.
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