What I can say is that business wise, a good move given the Roc Nation works and represents with some of the best players in the world. The likes of Manchester City Kevin De Bryune, Rugby World Cup winning captain Siya Kolisi and Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku. But to tell you the truth, it will come at a price. We all know that it’s owned by rapper and business mogul Jay-Z whose part of the Illuminati. For that only, just know that it’s red flags. Wether it’s a business deal or helping the name of the brand of Mamelodi Sundowns, but if you were the fan of Ka Bo Yellow, you should be worried. Sundowns Chairman Thlopie Motsepe said in an official statement that. “ This partnership, with one of the leading sports agencies in the world, will contribute to the club’s vision of becoming one of the best football clubs in Africa,” Thlopie told KickOff.com reporters.
” We’re exited to share this relationship with our most important partner. The Mamelodi Sundowns supporters who joined us on this journey as we reach new heights in innovation, entertainment and success. Our motto,’ The Sky is The Limit,’ remind us that no dream is too big, and by working together with like minded organizations, we can go further and inspire those around is,” Thlopie Motsepe told KickOff.com reporters.
Bit I can tell you, those players they lost in car accident, Madisha whose one of them, it won’t be the last of them. Yes it might look like a business from the outside but inside it’s a dark world. We all know about the secret society trying to take over the world. Syndicate crimes and making people sick by what kind of disease they create, they own the entertainment but now venturing to take over sport. But I’m telling you, with all this, We better pray for our Sundowns players.
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