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" Let's all come together and pray for Khayelihle Shozi "- Mamelodi Sundowns ex Top Player went vira

" From Hotels To Dustbins "- Mzansi reacted to Sundowns ex Players eating leftovers at the roads

After football career in South Africa, there's still a life to live and many of South African stars doesn't take that into consideration. We have a lot of SA former players who used to earn great salaries that one can buy but after football, they turn to have nothing to bring food on table.


One of the great ex players from Mamelodi Sundowns was reportedly went missing by his family in previous days, they said they haven't seen him for a while and there was no club that was willing to assist the family to trace him down.

Khayalihle Shozi who was Mamelodi Sundowns was spotted by some of twitter users looking for something to eat from the dustbin, people had assumed that he went crazy after doing something he should haven't done.


People are asking for prayers to him.

Source:https://twitter.com/danielmarven/status/1484468427666427906?t=y_kZt4dEoc1mDMDkcHGWUg&s=19



"It all on him, all woongists it's all on them no prayers will save them these are adults they know what they are doing.My sister's 15 year old daughter died in Addington hospital 2016 after they smoked something from a plasma she was given a good life but she chose drugs," says a twitter follower

"I wont pray for someone who had the opportunity to become a better person in life and wasted it because of drugs and impresson ,mem are in the streets coz the never got the chance that he wasted," says a twitter follower


"I think you should've given the context of what's happening with him or a link for people to read and be informed. Now you have people making their own conclusions & may not be able to help Khaya if they do come across him," says a twitter follower

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