Khama Billiat shows the world what it's like inside his plush home

A look inside Khama Billiat’s stunning home | PHOTOS

EASILY one of the most paid footballers in the DSTv Premiership in South Africa, Khama Billiat has an eye for the finest things in life as shown the photos of his stunning home that have emerged.

The 31-year-old Kaizer Chiefs forward has earned himself a home as dazzling as his football skills, it seems.

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Using his official Instagram handle, Billiat on Monday showed the world what it’s like inside Khama Billiat’s home.

The propety has a stunning outdoor area with an expansive swimming pool. There is also the dazzling glass chandelier which sits atop his beautiful staircase and wooden floors, something only the well-monied guys in his league can afford.

The Amakhosi’s forward welcomes us into his home with these pictures posted on his Instagram page:

Khama Billiat’s beautiful staircase and wooden floors

But then again, Khama is no small dog. He has been at Naturena for four seasons now has been in the premier soccer league for well over a decade.

Very few players earn more than the Zimbabwean international in South Africa.

Billiat’s outdoors

While Billiat has been topping the top earnings list for years, a recent survey showed he has since dropped to the third highest-earning player with a good R890 000 per month salary.

The propety has a stunning outdoor area with an expansive swimming pool.

After moving from Mamelodi Sundowns to Kaizer Chiefs, Khama is reported to be making over R800k per month before tax.

Recently, the 31-year-old said it was time to call it quits at the Zimbabwe Warriors. He said he had to pave way for upcoming players who also need a chance to represent their country at the highest stage.

Apart from Kaizer Chiefs, Khama has played for clubs like the now-defunct Ajax Cape Town Football Club and Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, before joining Kaizer Chiefs before the beginning of the 2018/2019 season.

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