Somizi Mhlongo

Somizi Mhlongo asks Mzansi not to send him money after being hacked again. Image via @somizi/Instagram

Hacked again! Somizi warns Mzansi not to send him money [watch]

‘Do not send money to anyone’: Somizi Mhlongo warns Mzansi not to send any money to his number after being a victim of hacking once again.

Somizi Mhlongo

Somizi Mhlongo asks Mzansi not to send him money after being hacked again. Image via @somizi/Instagram

Choreographer, singer and Idols SA judge Somizi Mhlongo has asked his family, friends and fans not to fall into any scam that involves sending money to him. This after the media personality discovered some weird activity with his cell phone number.

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The Ntandane singer took to his Instagram this week to announce that his phone number has been hacked again. In March this year, Somizi issued a similar warning. He had said that his WhatsApp and texts were not working, suspecting that his number was hacked.

This week, the 49-year-old star wrote: “WARNING. My number has been hacked again…do not send money to anyone.”

A few hours after the post, Somizi decided to sing it out. In a funny and dramatic video, he gave a rendition of the late Brenda Fassie’s Memeza – Somgaga style. Take a look…


However, it’s not all doom and gloom for Somizi who recently celebrated a great achievement in the Mhlongo household.

On Saturday, 26 March, he shared a video of his daughter Bahumi Madisakwane’s graduation. The media personality revealed that his daughter is the first person to graduate in his family, making her a first-generation graduate on Somizi’s side of the family.

In the same post he jokingly told his daughter that she now needs to pay all of the tuition fees he invested in her, claiming that it amounts to R2 million or more.

“There was a time I thought I’d never live to see this day. So proud of her… the first to ever graduate in our family. Congrats baby girl… now from Monday it’s payback time for my school fees…R2million plus,” he wrote.

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