- Somizi Mhlongo set a troll straight with cool logic and hard truth
- A social media user accused the celebrity of getting free DSTV due to his shows being braodcast on the platform
- Somizi replied with his debit order as proof that he is a paying customer
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A social media user accused Somizi Mhlongo of getting free DSTV because of all the shows he has on the digital broadcasting platform. Somizi put the troll in his place while being civil and rational.
Somizi currently has Living the dream With Somizi and #SomhaleUnion which are hosted on DSTV channels.
Briefly.co.za learned that due to this affiliation, the troll claimed that Somizi doesn't have to pay for DSTV.
"We all know that people like bo @somizi don’t pay @DStv had it been that he was paying he would be leading this campaign #DstvMustFall. I’m even over charged extra R4 from paying R495 to now paying R499."
Somizi did not get excited and remained calm and collected as he schooled the troll. He replied with proof of his debit order for his DSTV subscription and a caption according to ZAlebs.
“Asking won’t hurt…now you know.”
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that mzansi peeps have reacted to the reality series of the lavish traditional wedding of the most loved gay couple in the country, Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung.
Mzansi Magic aired the first instalment of the wedding of the couple on Monday night in Somizi & Mohale: The Union and Mzansi peeps thought it was a "beautiful" ceremony.
The episode highlighted the preparations of the wedding and some of the rituals that were performed and viewers got to see the celebs who were invited to the private ceremony.
The show originally aired on Showmax in February. The 4-part wedding special finally premiered on Mzansi Magic on Monday.
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Source: Briefly News