Somizi reveals Theo Baloyi gifted him R1 million in cash. Image via Instagram @somizi.

‘Talk about Mohale until you remarry’: Fans defend Somizi Mhlongo

Fans are standing behind Somizi Mhlongo after he was dragged for using his divorce from Mphale Motaung as content.


Somizi reveals Theo Baloyi gifted him R1 million in cash. Image via Instagram @somizi.

Fans are defending media personality Somizi Mhlongo after many have slammed him for using his estranged husband Mohale Motaung to “create content” on his reality show – Living the Dream with Somizi.


Somizi Mhlongo was trolled for making the entire fifth season of his reality series about his estranged husband Mohale. However, his fans are standing up for him and want him to “talk about Mohale” until he gets remarried. Take a look…

“I say Somizi must speak about Mohale until he has healed. Its a reality show, he was heartbroken, he wont heal if he cracks jokes for your amusement only. Somizi talk about Mohale till you remarry please????????you loved that boy! I’d be worried if he wasn’t to be fair #LTDWSOMIZI,” tweeted @_legallybrunett.

“I’m amused at how people act like they’ve never gone through a break up. This is exactly what a break up does to a lot of people,the difference is that the nation doesn’t see us living through it. Somizi must talk about his situation with Mohale until he finds healing #LTDWSOMIZI,” tweeted @Phumla_N.

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On the other hand, Showmax has just announced that Mohale will be telling his side of the story in a Showmax special. 

“A lot has been said about me, both true and untrue,” said Mohale.

“I initially had no intentions to publicly speak of the events that have occurred, due to an agreement I had with the other parties involved. But when the agreement was dishonoured by the other party, it became paramount that I tell my truth as I know it,” he continued.

“With all the misinformation in the public domain, it is my responsibility to correct any propaganda as I represent not only myself but those that may have experienced a story similar to mine. I would also like people to truly get to know me for who I am, as opposed to who they have assumed me to be,” he added.

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