'My Son Is Not Dead' - Siphiwe Tshabalala Cries
Angry, enraged, annoyed and flabbergasted. None of these words can describe how the former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala is feeling right now.
The former Bafana Bafana player said that he is very shocked and angry about what the media houses has wrote about this son Bokang. "I don't understand why someone can write horrible things about my son. My son is doing fine and he is healthy. I haven't lost my son. My son is not dead," he said.
Shaba, as he is affectionately known said that he doesn't understand why someone would wish for his son to be dead. "This is not okay at all and other even falsified a story that my son is really dead. Media houses must not sell their news by using my name - not in that way. I want to tell everyone that my son is not dead. He is very healthy.
In his life, he said that he would never wish for anyone's to lose his child because that is witchcraft. "People should be ashamed of what they write," he concluded.
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