Since his last appearance in the DSTV Compact Cup, Intumeleng Khune's been eerily absent from the Kaizer Chiefs dressing room and the pitch. It's almost as if he's no longer needed in the squad.
So it appears that Khune's absence from the squad allows him to spend time with his family and host impromptu gatherings for his friends and acquaintances.
His wife, Sphelele Khune, made him proud yesterday by carrying their second child on his back while he cooked some food over a fire using only firewood. A second lady was also present at Khune's house, and she appeared to be checking to see if his wife was doing the right thing.
Khune tweeted a picture of his wife cooking on the funeral's big pots, bragging that he has the best wife ever, but some other Twitter users were less than impressed.
A few people were impressed when they saw his wife preparing food, but others became suspicious that she was just acting and pretending to cook. They've even enlarged the images to the point where they claim to see nothing in the pot itself.
Here's a zoomed version of the image:
Others were impressed by Khune's work and the fact that she has a baby on her back; they went on to say she is a good wife because she could have given other family members to babysit him while she finished her wife duties as Khune says it's.
The following tweet elicited the following response:
A social media influencer who cooks for her in-laws is rare, and I'm glad Khune finally married her because it's hard to find a social media influencer who has the humility to do so.
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