Royal AM thrashed Amakhosi 4-1 this weekend, and the celebrations could not have been more extravagant.
Following the victory, Mkhize, the owner, tweeted a video of a procession of luxury cars, including an Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, and Rolls Royce, in what appeared to be post-match celebrations.
The victory in the first-ever encounter with Chiefs was undoubtedly a moment to remember, and from what we've seen so far, the Royal AM hierarchy celebrates such milestones in true celebrity fashion, with everything glitzy and glamorous.
The chairman and owner were in attendance to watch the event firsthand, and when the goals began to come in, Mpisane blasted his bluetooth speaker into the bleachers and began passionately dancing!
She completed her expensive image by wearing a black suit with black faux-fur Balenciaga boots, Louis Vuitton sunglasses, and a white Balenciaga purse.
With two wins from four games, the eThekwini side is already comfortably in the top half of the league, which is not a bad start to life in the South African top flight.
If you missed Kaizer Chiefs' DStv Premiership encounter against Royal AM on Saturday, you probably made the right decision.
It was a terrible point for Amakhosi, as they were relegated to the newly titled top-flight side (spoiler warning).
Shauwn Mkhize, the proprietor of Royal AM, has been accused of racism and sexism. She was accused with bringing the Premier Soccer League into disrepute earlier this year.
The announcement comes on the heels of Mkhize's infamous social media post in which she wondered on whether high court judge Roland Sutherland was honored because he was white.
“From my vantage point, why was Judge Sutherland's decision upheld? Is it because he's a man of color?” Mkhize poses the question in the video.
“And why isn't Judge Nyathi's decision being followed? Nyathi has made his decision, and it is pretty clear.
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