- Somizi showed major love for his late father Ndaba Walter Mhlongo and the talent he had for entertainment
- The media personality also spoke about how his father was not paid accordingly and this saddens him
- It's for this reason that Somizi has a high pricetag and wants people to pay him what he's worth in the industry
Mzansi media personality Somizi took to social media to show respect to his father, the late Ndaba Walter Mhlongo. Somizi spoke about how his dad was famous but never got the chance to experience fortune in his career.
Somizi thinks that his father was a legend and should've been paid accordingly for his work. This is why he has a pricetag on his own work and won't comply if someone won't pay him what he's worth.
"My father never got the fortune to match his talents and contributions into the arts. Having fame and fortune never became his reality. He was just famous and exploited," wrote Somizi.
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Somizi spoke about all the awards his father received but he never had the money to match them. The media personality said that he will never compromise when it comes to payment because of this.
Somgaga wants to honour both his mom and dad through his work and doesn't want anyone to take advantage of him. He respects his father and admires him greatly, hoping to honour him more through his own success.
Briefly News previously reported that Somizi announced that he's now a private chef and posted snaps from his first private gig. Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung took to social media recently to share that he's now a private chef.
The reality TV star even posted snaps and a video from his very first private gig. The Idols SA judge warned his followers on Instagram that his services don't come cheap. He shared that one must be financially fit when booking him for a private function. Somgaga captioned his post:
"My first private chef gig. I’m loving this journey. Book me, but you must be pocketically fit. I’m the Rich Mnisi of the kitchen."
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