- When it comes to wearing masks, Somizi is making sure that he's following all the protocols set in place
- Taking to social media, Somizi made a video about how his fans don't want to wear masks when taking selfies
- The media personality wants to make sure that everyone stays safe and he's going to keep wearing his mask
Mzansi media personality Somizi Mhlongo is urging South Africans to follow all Covid-19 protocols. Somizi recently took to social media to talk about how important it is to wear your face mask, even when taking selfies with celebrities.
Somizi doesn't mind taking pictures with fans but he wants them to stay safe amid the pandemic. He felt really strongly about the matter and made a video about it on social media.
"People take offence when I say I don't mind taking a picture with them, I just want to keep my mask on," said the media personality.
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Somizi said that he mostly experiences people not wanting to wear their masks when taking selfies with him in Cape Town and KwaZulu-Natal. Even though he loves his fans, he wants to stay safe.
The Idols SA judge said that he thinks that South Africans are being lenient when it comes to wearing masks. He thinks that nobody is immune to the virus and he meets people every day, he doesn't want to help spread it.
Somizi hilariously made jokes about how his fans don't want to listen to him but he wasn't letting up, saying that he will keep wearing his mask until further notice.
Briefly News previously reported that Somizi honoured his late father Ndaba Walter Mhlongo in an emotional post online. 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.
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