In the world of social media, where everything is shared and commented upon, it’s not uncommon to come across some playful banter and lighthearted jokes.
Recently, Royal AM owner Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize took to Instagram to playfully tease her son, Andile Mpisane, suggesting that he should fire their “chief ambassador,” Tha Simelane.
It all started when media personality Tha Simelane expressed his desire for a new job in a post on Sunday, February 4th.
Simelane, who is often seen spending time with MaMkhize and her family, jokingly mentioned that he was working even on a Sunday at Royal AM. He playfully wrote, “Ngeka phela even on a Sunday kule company @royalam_fc we are working. I need a new job.”
Taking the opportunity to join in on the fun, MaMkhize reposted Simelane’s story and tagged her son, Andile Mpisane, in the caption, suggesting he should fire their “chief ambassador.”
In her playful message, she wrote, “Chairman @andilemisane10 please fire the chief ambassador @tha.simelane he is not coping.”
It’s refreshing to see such playful interactions on social media, people like MaMkhize can let their hair down and engage in some light-hearted banter. It’s a reminder that behind the glitz and glamour, they are just like us, enjoying a good laugh with their loved ones.
In addition to her playful joke, MaMkhize also took to Instagram to celebrate Bafana Bafana’s victory against Cape Verde in the AFCON tournament.
South Africa’s national football team secured a 2-1 win, propelling them into the semi-finals for the first time since 2000. MaMkhize couldn’t contain her excitement and shared her joy with her followers.
“We are all waking up with beaming smiles today. 😁🤗🥳 What a fantastic performance by Bafana Bafana – the level of talent on display was outstanding. A special shoutout to the man of the match, Ronwen Williams – what an incredibly talented keeper! 🇿🇦💃🏽🙌🏾,” she wrote.
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Her words resonate with the pride and excitement felt by many South Africans as their national team continues to excel on the international stage. It’s moments like these that bring people together, united in their support for their country and their love for the game.