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Mzansi’s favourite football mascot is making us all feel proudly South African!

 

Johannesburg, South Africa (04 July 2022) – A young South African has garnered over 1.1 million views with his “locker-room” war cry, and it’s giving us all the feels!

The video was originally filmed in 2017 when the Kaizer Chiefs took on the Orlando Pirates, but DJ Jazzy D recently reshared the video with his 277,000 followers, which has helped the post go viral. At the time Mateo Manousakis was just 7 years old but he was – and is still – proudly South African and incredibly passionate about soccer!

The video has been watched over 1,1 million times and had over 1,800 comments.

“You sing so nicely little young boy. Citizens of South Africa unite. Unity is strength.” – Ndileka Ndamase

“And here is a perfect example of what we as South Africans could be if we start putting these stupid differences and race issues aside!! This is what most of us want. Peace, harmony, loving each other regardless of colour and just being the best humans we can be and PROUDLY South Africans!! This warms my heart.” – Martin Vorster 

“Before being proud of the Legend there. Let’s be proud of his family they are the ones that deserve all the Glory.” – Jason Mazunga

“This is what we have been fighting for in the 1980s absolutely beautiful, how beautiful an innocent boy who just wants to be himself… I also love his parents you are the kind of leaders we need in our beloved country.” – Clive De Jongh

“Children are beautiful, innocent like heavenly Angels until old blood come n corrupt their mind… It’s beautiful.” – Thobile Mdladla

“Now this is unity at its best! There’s only one race, the human race where we all live as one in our diverse nation. Now this is Ubuntu. Love one another. We are United!!!! God bless this little boy for being an example to so many adults out there! Well done little man! You spread love in our rainbow nation so sweetly! Nkosi! One Love.” – Charmalaine Elizabeth Zwiegelaar

Watch the video below:


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