- Mohale and Somizi have been happily married for a few days now, and already they have had to bat away negative vibes
- The two reacted to peeps hinting that there's trouble in paradise
- Mohale went straight in and told the 'attention seekers' to go away
Mzansi's fav same-sex couple, Somizi and Mohale, also fondly called #Somhale, are really igniting fires of jealousy within others.
Most of the time, the two laughs it off, but this time, they felt like people needed to be put in their place.
Peeps have been hinting that there's trouble in paradise, and this while they're on their honeymoon.
Somizi did an incredibly romantic thing - he sent Mohale 100 roses for being his husband for 100 hours.
It was a cute gesture but social media users bombarded Mohale with comments about wondering if he would do the same for Somizi.
Here's how Mohale responded, and we can't say that we blame him.
Meanwhile, Somizi shared a short video of him and Mohale getting ready for their quality time together.
People commented that Mohale didn't look very interested - but seriously, it was early in the morning. Not everyone can be a chirpy morning person.
TimesLIVE reported that this is what Somizi had to say to the criticism:
"For f**k sakes. It’s 5.45am, we just woke up. What the f**k do you expect him to be doing? Be jumping for joy because we are going away? Can you guys leave him alone?! Cut him some slack. It’s really annoying now. I know my man better than you all.
"These comments are really tiring. And who died and made you judges of character and personalities. Show me your excitable partners then.
"Most of you who are busy saying things about him would not hesitate taking his place should the opportunity arise. You never think that someone like him can love someone like me genuinely. You always place material gains in everything. And even if that was the reason, so what? Am I complaining? [You're] busy saying he’s using me for money. Hayi suka niyakhathaza."
Yoh! What a fierce clap-back.
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