- Somizi celebrated Mohale’s birthday in style, even getting a crowd to sing him happy birthday
- Somizi and Mohale recently got engaged
- The two seem focused on each other and determined to overcome any resistance to their relationship
Somizi helped Mohale celebrate his birthday in true style, and even got a crowd at the Vodacom Durban July to sing happy birthday to his bae.
He started by wishing his love a happy birthday on Instagram.
He also got Mohale’s favourite singer to wish him on his special day.
And then as if all of that wasn’t enough, he got one of the crowds at the Vodacom Durban July to sing happy birthday.
Somizi is clearly focussed on this relationship.
It’s all sunshine and roses for these two at the moment, it would seem. It was just recently that Briefly.co.za featured an article on the pair’s Paris vacay.
While on holiday together in Paris, Somizi took the opportunity to ask his boyfriend Mohale Tebogo Motaung to marry him.
Somizi appears focused on the family life with his bae and he also recently posted a hilarious video of him and a baby, who he joked he had adopted. In the caption of the video on Instagram, he tagged his fiancé and told him they should find a white surrogate mother.
And while things are looking great at the moment, this couple’s relationship hasn’t been without its own challenges.
They have, in the past, received flack about the age gap in their relationship and Black Twitter has had its say about the two.
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