- Somizi and Mohale's two weddings were extremely glamorous and entertaining and fans were looking forward to the third event
- However, the coronavirus has disrupted their plans to have their third wedding in Italy
- Somizi has announced that the event has been cancelled, much to the relief and disappointment of fans
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Somizi and Mohale were planning on having another lavish wedding ceremony - their third glamorous union.
The plan was to have it in Italy and take things even further than the first two ceremonies did.
But since the coronavirus has been spreading, those plans had to be put on hold. Italy is one of the countries hit the hardest by this virus.
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Somizi took to his Twitter account to let his fans and friends know that the wedding will not be happening.
He didn't say much, but it's not difficult to guess why - the virus has everyone scared and they are being extra careful.
Fans had very mixed reactions. Some of them didn't even know how serious things were in Italy with the virus, others were relieved and want SomGaga to be safe.
There are some fans that think the wedding can just be moved to a location such as Sandton, they just want to see the wedding.
And with two really awesome weddings to marvel at, who can blame peeps for wanting to see what #Somhale can bring them next?
Briefly.co.za noticed that when one fan asked for a refund for their hotel booking in Italy, Somizi graciously offered to pay the person back. If the right proof is offered, of course.
Check out what tweeps had to say about the wedding cancellation:
"Please give me your tickets nna kyaya. I can't afford to travel so if you give me your tickets I'll go for free. If I die I die."
"It's ok... we can do it in Sandton ska warra."
"I’m sorry. This whole thing will die down and you’ll have your perfect day."
"You can always bring Italy to Soweto."
"Back-up plan? Cape Town can substitute. Vineyards, wine, etc."
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