Eish! 21.11.2017 10:39 am

Yena aya kwini? Khune told following allergic reaction

Picture: Instagram

Picture: Instagram

Some of his followers say his upper lip looks like the prawn he had just eaten.

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune’s face has been going through the most in the past few weeks, and social media users have not held back.

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The poor guy suffered an eye injury and had to wear a protective mask on his face to protect further injury during Bafana Bafana’s first qualifying match against Senegal last week. Following the match, social media users started a Khune challenge in which they wore masks as they made fun of him.

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Now he has posted another picture of him with swollen lips, and social media users had a field day. Khune said he ate prawns, and this is what they did to him.

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“I’m allergic, shame,” he said.

While some said his upper lip apparently looked like a prawn he had just eaten, others asked: “Yena aya kwini?”

These were some of the reactions to his post:

“You are lucky to be able to take selfies ..anaphylactic shock ain’t child’s play. Go for allergy test, next time you will not be this lucky.”

“Those are no longer lips, they’re air bags!! Sorry mhlekazi!!”

“Oops that bad to avoid this in future add few drops of castor oil when drinking fruit juice or vegetable juice it helped me with allergic reaction.”

“The meme that they going to hit you with is still doing push ups LMAO……. aaaahhh Hade my goal keeper!”

“That’s happens to me when l eat chicken and eggs- so welcome to the club- you get a free membership.”

“If it’s not the knee, it’s the face manje ke di lips wena Khune unama stori lol.”

“The thought of seeing those lips when you say a simple word like ‘broom’.”

“Shame askies, lol you looks like a car tyre..kodwa yena aya kwini?”

 

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