- Somizi posted a picture on Instagram that is over the top, he even calls himself and his husband the "rich gang"
- Stepping out of a private plane dressed in expensive designer clothing, wearing Bathu shoes and Gucci bags the couple looked stunning
- Social media users loved the picture and said that Somizi had set new goals
Somizi flexed on Instagram with his husband Mohale Motaung getting out of a private jet dressed from head to toe in swag, including Gucci bags and matching polo necks.
He captioned the photo with the following:
"Leaving home to visit home and working from home......
The RICH GANG......
He even gave a shoutout to @bathu_sa, the shoe brand which has been adopted by many of South Africa's celebrities.
Social media users were thrilled with his flex:
"My faves...Jesuslooking stunning as always"
"@somizi that’s 4 Million right there 2 Million each @therichmnisi "
"This is bringing joy to me and my homegirls. SA brandsya'll look TF good!!"
"This drip I have no choice but to Stan ❤️"
"Utlwaaaa. If you work hard for it you will have the life you want "
"You're really feeding Mohale the Mkhaba is coming out "
Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo has made it clear that technology is not his strong point. The star put up a video of himself struggling to work a high-tech coffee machine.
Somizi scratched his head as he looked up tips on how to operate the machine on his cellphone. His confusion was masked with a touch of style though - Somgaga literally matched his gown to his hair!
Somizi captioned the video, "Tjo, this coffee machine just reminded me that I don't have Matric."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi has taken to social media to threaten to close his only Facebook account due to a number of fake pages that have been created in his name.
The media personality commands a huge following on different social media platforms so some people have used his name to create accounts in order to cash in on his vulnerable followers.
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