The Brazilian supporters converged at the Southern Sun hotel in Tshwane to communicate to Motsepe to problems they believe are responsible for the club failing to win any major silverware in the past few years.
There was near chaos before the start of the meeting when some Sundowns supporters were prevented from attending the gathering but the situation was rescued by the arrival of Motsepe, who managed to calm the situation down by allowing everyone inside the conference room at the hotel.
The Tshwane-based club fans are demanding the club president fire the technical director Trott Moloto, as well as Kenneth Makhanya, who is the general manager at Chloorkop, and that the national supporters chairman George Shiba step down from his position, as they claim all the staff members have failed to deliver in their respective roles.
The meeting was so tense that at one stage a Sundowns supporter told Motsepe that he will not fire him, even though he has been a Sundowns supporter since before Motsepe became the club president.
Motsepe left the meeting at lunchtime, with the club supporters still unhappy, after being told Moloto and Makhanya will not leave their posts until the end of their contracts with the club.
Speaking in an interview with KickOff.com after the meeting, a club supporter who is also the chairman of a club supporters branch in Tshwane, said the fans will hold another meeting soon.
"To be honest not everyone left the meeting happy as the president failed to attend to some of our grievances. We will meet as supporters again to map a way forward with some of the problems in the team," he said.