The former Bucs midfielder is posting many Tweets about all his positive work in the community.
He also speaks about the legacy he's left with the South African football supporters who will never forget him.
Judging by Tweets during the off season, there are many Pirates fans who do believe that Bibo should be allowed to return to football sooner than his ban instructed.
In the past Ntshumayelo wasn't confident there would be any club interested in him once his four-year ban from football ends. The midfield maestro was banned from football for four years after testing positive for cocaine in 2016.
Here you can view his Tweets on what he's doing behind the scenes to change his image, so that clubs will eventually believe in him when he can return.
When that happens it'd be interesting to see if Bibo can back to speed. Until then, you can see videos of him still rubbing shoulders with the PSL's top players here.
They may forget your name,but they will never forget how you made them feel. TN pic.twitter.com/YHYzxnQXUU— Thandani Ntshumayelo (@RealNtshumayelo) August 14, 2018
Experience was never thought at school pic.twitter.com/5CftHdR8Rf— Thandani Ntshumayelo (@RealNtshumayelo) August 12, 2018
Its never too late to make a change pic.twitter.com/HN4QR3WNy8— Thandani Ntshumayelo (@RealNtshumayelo) August 9, 2018