- Somizi Mhlongo's proudly Mzansi dishes had US musician Syleena Johnson feeling some type of way
- He recently did a series of boujee posts on how to turn leftovers into a lit new dish
- Syleena saw the posts and it made her really miss 'Mother Africa' and her roots
Somizi Mhlongo was busy in the kitchen over the weekend and watching his every move was US musician Syleena Johnson.
Somizi has a talent when it comes to cooking up a yummy meal. He has his own YouTube cooking show where he shares his favourite dishes with fans. Musician Syleena Johnson tuned in to Somizi’s show and was feeling nostalgic.
Briefly.co.za learnt that taking his leftovers, Somizi showed how to use them to make a fancy new dish. Somizi's a real masterchef.
Somizi said that cheese was the only thing to be added to make the chow better.
After people had viewed the post, it had many tastebuds working overtime, including an American R&B star. Syleena commented that she misses Mother Africa, adding heart emojis.
The two have been friends for a while and they both agreed that they should visit as soon as the lockdown is lifted. In a post, Somizi said that he would be paying Syleena a visit and that she would be coming to visit him.
Last year in an interview with The Sowetan, Syleena jokingly said that she wanted to buy a house in Port Elizabeth. She went on to say that South Africa feels like her second home and that she loves the vibe and being around her native people.
She also said that she feels a sense of belonging and appreciates how South Africans love culture and music. Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg are her favourite places.
In other news, Somizi Mhlongo will be using his master chef skills to educate and entertain us all – he’s starting a YouTube Channel.
Everyone knows how Somizi loves to cook. Our guy knows a thing or two about throwing a boujee dish together, not just eating it.
Somizi has decided to use his lockdown time wisely and build on his culinary career.
His new YouTube show will be called Cooking with Somizi, and he hopes to teach the people of Mzansi a thing or two about kitchen skills.
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