Reports have caught Itumeleng Khume drinking and enjoying himself during Lockdown after a video leaked while he was dancing, and this caused a havoc on social media whereby Amakhosi fans reacted and mentioned that he is the reason why Amakhosi suffers.
Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper was spotted dancing and drinking with his friends in Soweto where people believe he was in Orlando Moja Cafe.
However, some Kaizer Chiefs supporters defended Itumeleng Khune while some supporters are not happy with Khune's behaviour.
The video leaked when Kaizer Chiefs lost 4-0 to Wydad Casablanca in CAF Champions League where some supporters claims that Khune was celebrating the defeat and humiliation.
Reports that have not been confirmed yet claims that Khune was celebrating the defeat on Monday night after they arrived in the country from Burkina Faso on Monday afternoon.
The evidence from the video is that some people in the party are wearing their face masks proving that the incident took place recently.
At this stage, it remains unclear if Kaizer Chiefs managers have seen the video and what are the charges Itumeleng Khune will have to face for partying during Lockdown.
Khune is not the one to be caught partying at Kaizer Chiefs during Lockdown.
Last year in July, Bobby Motaung chiefs manager a video leaked having a party with some few friends and girls at his house.
Bobby got suspended by the board of Amakhosi and he returned to Chiefs in September.
Click the link to watch the video of Itumeleng Khune partying, it was posted on Twitter and come back to comment hear if Khune must be charged with breaking lockdown rules or he is innocent.
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