Should players stay away from social media especially after losing the game (in this case the championship)?
Well, fans went crazy on Twitter on Monday after Kaizer Chiefs captain Itumeleng Khune posted this picture below.
Fans said instead of apologising to them for failing to win the 2019/20 Absa Premiership on Saturday, he is posting a picture smiling. Khune had to delete the photo after he was attacked by almost everyone.
However, some fans defended Khune for posting his wonderful and joyful photo with his daughter.
Deadbeats bullied Itumeleng Khune into removing his picture with his daughter 😔— Mrs Thor (@Amanda_Aphane) September 7, 2020
You guys bullied Itumeleng Khune into deleting his picture with his daughter.— Kulture_Kwest (@Kulture_Kwest) September 7, 2020
Kaizer Chiefs fans have no love and peace. They want to enjoy their beautiful moments with their daughters but Khune is not allowed despite playing very few games this season.— 🅸'🅼 🅵🆁🅰🅽🅲🅾 (@Zukz_Franco) September 7, 2020
According to BBC Sport, high-profile players now let other people update their accounts to avoid abuse.