DISKIBABE Interview with Kelebogile Seekoe

DISKIFANS.com spoke to DISKIBABE and Bloemfontein Celtic Supporter Kelebogile Seekoe.

Kelebogile SeekoeName: Kelebogile Seekoe

Favourite Club: Bloemfontein Celtic

Favourite Player: Vusi Shikweni

Favourite Stadium: Free State Stadium

Favourite Car: Audi TT

Favourite Music: Soul

Favourite Phone: Nokia

Describe your character to us?

I regard myself as a generous, loving, caring, friendly and easy to talk to type of a person. I get hurt very easily and I don’t like seeing people hurt.

Kelebogile Seekoe

When did you start supporting your team?

I grew up supporting Celtic since early ages of 6 years because I was surrounded by people who loved the team but for me to start being passionate about it, it started 2014.

What has been your favourite match you’ve watched since supporting your team?

Well, it has to be on August 2015 when it was a game between Kaizer Chiefs and Celtic. Though we lost the game but the game was exciting.

Worst bad game you’ve watched?

The opening of the new stadium – it was the first game at Dr. Rantlai Petrus Molemela Stadium when we lost the game in favour of Mamelodi Sundowns.

Best place to watch your team is: Stadium, Home or Sports Bar? And why that place?

It has to be at the stadium simply because I love being around Bloemfontein Celtic supporters as will sing and enjoy the game, whether we win or lose we always sing.

Do guys asked for your numbers at the stadium? If yes, what do you do?

Guys sometimes do ask for my numbers and I always ask what do they want them for then I take it from there. I don’t just give away my numbers.

How many jerseys do you own of your favourite club?

Currently I own 2.

Which album are you currently listening to?

Nathi – Nomvula!

What do you think is your sexiest feature?

Well, I think my eyes. I love them.

What quality do you most like about yourself?

Fact that I always help people where I could – I’m always generous and I always avoid hurting other people because I don’t like seeing people hurt.

What’s the funniest thing you’ve done recently?

Trying to dance nae nae in front of my friends and they all laughed at me.

What’s the weirdest thing to happen to you?

Finding myself thinking out loud then ended up talking to myself.

When you’re not watching soccer, what are some of your favourite things to do?

I love reading, I always look for a book to read then stay indoors.

What do you think is the coolest thing about South African fans?

South African fans don’t mind spending for their teams and they always support their teams.

Do you think your team will win the League?

Soccer is soccer, but because I’m always positive I say yes will win the league.