The chairman of local football team Royal AM Andile Mpisane is well known for flaunting his vast wealth at every opportunity. This weekend was no different after his side walked away victorious from the field after defeating Kaizer Chiefs in a DSTV Premiership match at the Chatsworth Stadium in KwaZulu-Natal.

To celebrate the win, Andile – the son of a KwaZulu-Natal businesswoman and philanthropist Shaun “MaMkiza” Mkhize – decided to make a Golf GTI convoy with tires screeching and the sound system roaring.

After winning Royal AM, Andile Mpisane is throwing balls to the wall with the GTI Convoy

If there’s one thing about Andile Mpisane, it’s that he loves fast cars, music and football.

The 21-year-old football boss and musician recently had the opportunity to combine all his favorite things into one big celebration after his side Royal AM beat Kaizer Chiefs 1-0.

Before the match Andil shared a video of him driving around 20 Golf GTIs into the stadium to his song Macwapeni was playing in the background.

After the match, the motorcade moved again, this time the drivers took care of the scene, exiting the stadium with screeching tires and honking horns.

In a separate clip also shared online, Andil’s wife, Tamia Mpisane – formerly Luv – is seen celebrating among the boys, who are clearly not thrilled with the win.

Watch the GTI convoy below:

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Meanwhile, this is not the first time Andile and MaMkhiz have celebrated a victory so excitedly.

The pair were previously blasted online after showering their players with cash in a viral video. Many South Africans considered this act humiliating and demanded that they show more respect to the players.

MaMhiz later defended the video, saying she was “doing good” for her people.

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