- Somizi and Khaya Dladla have been dragged on social media for allegedly breaking Mzansi's lockdown rules
- A video showing the media personalities at an apparent social gathering in Durban has gone viral online
- Social media users want the country's authorities to deal with the two stars for not adhering to the Covid-19 lockdown regulations
Somizi and Khaya Dladla have been slammed for breaking Mzansi lockdown regulations. This is after a video showing the Metro FM presenter and Khaya, who is also an actor and radio presenter, at an apparent social gathering in Durban.
Social media users who have come across the video have accused the attendees at the "party" of having a few drinks. Khaya, who used to play the character of GC on Uzalo, could also be heard speaking about booze.
In the same video, Somizi can bee seen showing off his expensive wedding rings. Khaya, who recently revealed that he recovered from Covid-19, was dragged for being at the social gathering. Tweeps have called on authorities to deal with Somgaga and Khaya.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Somizi flexed his "rich gang" when he left his Johannesburg home with his hubby, Mohale, to work from his other home in Durban. They headed out to their luxurious home in Zimbali in a private jet.
The couple's trip has attracted negative comments for allegedly breaking the lockdown regulations following the viral video.
In other news, Master KG's hit song titled Jerusalema has become a viral global dance sensation. People from all corners of the globe are getting together to dance to the muso's track so they can post their clips on social media.
The star could not be more grateful for all the support and has been blown away by how many different countries his song is being grooved to in. People from France, Italy, Spain, Jamaica, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Canada have all expressed how much they love the song.
The music producer has expressed how these clips remind him of Macarena, an old song that people from across the world used to get down to.
"It reminds me of the song called Macarena in the 90s when I was still young. Now it is happening to my song and it's a blessing indeed."
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