- Media personality Pearl Thusi took some time to show appreciation to friend and industry peer Somizi Mhlongo
- In a sweet Instagram post, Pearl showered Somizi with love and called him a huge influence in her life because she was obsessed with him
- Mzansi social media users appreciated the adorable display of love and respect from the Queen Sono actress
Pearl Thusi and Somizi are the closest of friends. Pearl recently took to social media to show love to Somizi with a series of pictures that showed a glimpse of their great friendship. The media personality captioned the pictures:
“I dare you to guess what story Somizi was telling us. Life of the party shame @somizi ❤️ you know I’m obsessed with you so I’ll leave it there."
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Somizi has always had Pearl’s back in public and in private. They have supported each other's hustles and seem to genuinely enjoy each other's company.
The pair are also very close with DJ Zinhle and Moozlie, often hanging out together in social spaces. Social media users loved to see the friendship goals on display:
Instagram user itsnevertoolatenaima said:
"Good friends having fun."
"Som Som will be the storytelling kinda grandparent stru."
"Not me laughing yet I donno the story."
Somizi shows love to DJ Zinhle
Briefly News previously reported that Somizi has made it clear that he fully supports DJ Zinhle and her new hair venture. The Idols SA judge was one of the first people to congratulate Zee after she announced the launch of the business.
Taking to his social media account, Somizi posted a picture of Zinhle looking like a boss babe and captioned it:
“Proud of you, babe. Your new business venture is going to be a huge success.”
He urged his followers to support local brands and to buy from her. Somizi has always been an advocate of supporting local business.
Somizi supports black-owned bank
Briefly News reported that the media personality recently made sure that he was true to his word when he showed support to the YWBN Own the Bank Share Scheme.
Speaking at the briefing, Somizi said:
“They had to oppress us because they knew what black people can achieve, but our time is now, black child, we have arrived.”
The owner of the bank, Nthabeleng Likotsi, took to social media to thank Somizi profusely for showing up and showing love.
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