- South African media personality Mohale Motaung has spoken out once again against the divorce rumours that are swirling around his marriage to Somizi
- Motaung has denied getting a divorce from Somizi and said that the marriage is currently on a bumpy road
- The young actor recently bagged a role on season 5 of Rockville and many feel that it was all due to Somizi's influence
Mohale Motaung has once again had to pour icy water over the rumours about his marriage being on the rocks.
Speaking in an interview with The Citizen, the media personality made it clear once again that the divorce rumours were false and that he and Somizi were still very much married.
According to the publication, Mohale said:
"I am not getting a divorce. People are saying I am getting a divorce, where guys? Marriages go through some things, ups and downs. So people take what they see and they run with it. There was just a phase like any other couple, we are not getting a divorce. Things are okay.”
Mohale was recently cast on the fifth season of Rockville. The actor was congratulated by viewers when they learned that he bagged the role.
However some couldn’t help but feel that it was Somizi’s influence that led him to getting it.
Regardless of what Mohale is saying about his marriage, Somhale fans all over Mzansi have been wondering if this is the end, and it could well be. Somizi has unfollowed Mohale on both Instagram and Twitter. This happened after Somizi went to support his best friend Vusi Nova at his Easter gig.
Briefly News double-checked Somizi's social media accounts and can confirm that he is no longer following his husband Mohale.
A search on the list of people who Somizi is following on Instagram will show that Somizi is no longer keeping up with what Mohale is up to.
Somizi has been spending more time with his best friend Vusi Nova and has even posted a picture of himself wearing a T-shirt that could've been a "sub" to Mohale.
The media personality has spoken about the challenges his marriage has been facing in the media and in public. Somizi said that he and Mohale were going through the one-year mark that comes with its own problems.
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