The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has been in a relationship with Siphelele for years and paid Lobola for her back in 2019. It said that the two never celebrated their traditional wedding.
It looks like the time finally came over the past weekend as the two were seen all over social media dancing up and down in traditional wedding attire.
These two were surrounded by friends and family members who were helping them celebrate their union.
Itumeleng and Sphelele share two children and have been together for over three years.
Itumeleng, as we know, used to date Minnie Dlamini, who is going through a very public split from her husband, Quinton Jones.
Dlamini and Khune split in 2014 after Itumeleng was rumoured to have paid a very heart Lobola for her.
She then went on to date Jones and took us on a three-day wedding journey that we will never forget.
Fans couldn’t get over Minnie, and Itumeleng split and wished they would go back to each other even after the two were spoken for.
Khune’s wedding to Sphelele is just a formality, but the celebrations are something to write home about.
The couple looks very happy to share their love in full public view.
Itumeleng attracted attention when he started dating Sbahle Mpisane, the fitness bunny. Mpisane got involved in an almost fatal accident. The public felt that he moved on too quickly from her as he and the model girlfriend Sphelele started sharing pictures and messages, alluding to the fact that they had become husband and wife.
The two recently celebrated their second daughter Lesedi’s one-year birthday.
After all that relationship drama, someone finally locked him down.
Itumeleng looks very happy marching on the streets to wedding Songs and ululation from their guests.
Sphelele has been receiving messages congratulating her, and she has shared some dresses she wore on the day of her traditional wedding with the soccer star.
Watch Itumeleng Khune’s wedding celebration below.
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