Football has a power to bring happiness to most of the people especially in South Africa. You can see the passion and love for football is unmatched. We give you the list today of our Celebrities who grew up supporting both teams who are in Soweto Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
In the past both of these clubs were amongst the best clubs in Africa. In most of the times when the two South African giants meet you will see our Celebrities in the stands rooting for their favourite clubs. Football has brought soo many undyung memories to our celebs in entertainment industry that why we said to ourselves let look at soccer with a broader view and what it does to our celebs.
Being a celebrity is a very stressful thing that one needs happiness to overcome. Football fit well in that aspect. This is a reason why we say in sport any day,any time you can never go wrong for abreath of fresh.
Here are some of our South African celebrities and the PSL clubs they support:
Fikile Mbalula (Minister of Sports) – Orlando Pirates
DJ Cleo (DJ) – Orlando Pirates
Redi Tlhabi (Radio DJ) – Orlando Pirates
David Kau (Comedian) – Kaizer Chiefs
Rapulana Seiphemo (Actor) – Kaizer Chiefs
Minnie Dlamini (TV star) – Kaizer Chiefs
Glen Lewis (Radio DJ) – Orlando Pirates
Julius Malema (Politician) – Orlando Pirates
If you know celebrities who also grew up with the love for Soweto giants you can also add yours by simple commenting with their names. This is what we say in everything that you do make sure you are happy and football seem to be a good place for joy for our local celebrities in different plartforms.
Thank you good people for your endless support. We appreciate you alot.
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