The Zimbabwean international goalkeeper has told his fans that his first earnings went to his mother as well as an investment on himself.
The Absa Premiership goalie at Baroka FC, believed that he had to give back to the woman that brought up him and his siblings.
“I remember my first sign-on, I gave it to my mom. And then the salary, I had to buy my clothes, my football boots and a pair of gloves," Chipezeze told Soccer Laduma.
“Growing up, being raised by a single parent, it was difficult, so I just told myself that my first signing on fee, I’ve gotta give it to my mom, as a way of [showing] appreciation for what she’s done for us as kids,” added the 30-year-old keeper.
Meanwhile, Chipezeze and his teammates are waiting on the PSL to announce the official restart date after the government approved the football return this week.