Taking to social media, South Africans encouraged Somizi to consider a career in comedy.
After watching Somizi’s show, tweeps have come to the conclusion that he is hilarious and should consider a career as a comedian.
With his infection laugh and witty statements, South Africans are always crying from laughter when watching an episode of his show, Living The Dream With Somizi.
The show follows the flamboyant entertainer’s “personal life and the charismatic characters that influence his fast-paced lifestyle.”
On one episode, Somizi said he thought Lalla Hirayama was all that until almost seeing her lady parts, which made him realise he's "really" gay.
And, South Africans are certainly finding him funny. Tweeps posted a series of memes about his show under #LTDWS, where they encourage him to consider becoming a comedian.
“Does Somizi make you guys laugh mare? Because I am dead ...I can't be the only one. #LTDWSomizi”, one tweep wrote on Twitter.
“#LTDWSomizi but @somizi is funny guys. I've been laughing since it started”, another social media user wrote.
It appears Somizi gets his sense of humour from his mama, one tweep pointed out the entertainer’s mother was just as funny.
Somizi’s fans would get to see more of his humour on his roast, which airs on 7 May, with and extended version available on Catch up on 8 May.
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