- Somizi is the host of reality show, Living The Dream With Somizi
- He is in a relationship with Mohale Motaung
- Motaung is receiving mixed reviews from the show’s fans
A new season of Living The Dream With Somizi has aired and in this season, fans are supposed to be getting to know the host’s bae Mohale Motaung.
We are not sure whether Motaung is just a little shy, or if there is more to the story, but so far it hasn’t been smooth sailing. Disgruntled fans have been complaining that there is an “oddness and awkwardness” about the man.
In the three weeks that the show’s new season has been running, fans have really struggled to give the host’s partner their full support.
Briefly.co.za recently featured an article called: Tweeps calls on Somizi to stop the shading and just WhatsApp Bonang.
In the article:
- Black Twitter has called on Somizi to stop throwing shade at his former bestie, Bonang Matheba.
Tweeps are loving the entertainer’s show, Living The Dream With Somizi, but they’re quickly growing tired of the endless swipes her takes at Queen B.
Somizi and Bonang used to be inseparable but after he befriended an ex who assaulted her, Euphonik, queen B decided she needed to cut him out of her life.
"It took me a while to eventually leave that relationship, and years after I had, Somizi, who was my friend, suddenly became friends with my ex. The same one whose violence towards me he had witnessed. That's when I knew he had to go. I couldn't trust him anymore so I cut him out of my life," she revealed in July last year.
However, it appears Somizi has not gotten over his BFF dumping him and he used LTDWS to get back at her.
His constant shading resulted in the show’s fans taking to social media to express their frustrating with the feud and to call on Somizi to just make peace with Bonang.
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