- Somizi Mhlongo really impressed viewers with the latest episode of his cooking show, Dinner at Somizi's
- The star cooked for and had a sit-down with none other than superstar gospel singer, Rebecca Malope
- Somizi did the most by joking around with Rebecca, mimicking her at times and of course serving up the most delicious food
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Somizi Mhlongo has really impressed viewers and fans with his antics on his 1Magic show, Dinner at Somizi's. The star's latest episode featured Rebecca Malope and it was an amazing display of fun, food and laughter.
Fans couldn't get over how natural and free-flowing the conversation is between Somizi and his guests, and they complimented him being able to put them at ease and make them open up.
@Hle_K wrote, "Dinner at Somizi's. This guy is amazing, people. I'm enjoying this interview with Dr Rebecca Malope."
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@_Bakwe_N said, "My favourite episode of Dinner at Somizi's has been with Rebecca Malope so far."
Somizi's first guest was actress Rami Chuene. Somgaga has also had an in-depth discussion with singer Zahara.
The star was initially slammed for being over-exposed when his new show was first announced. However, it looks like Dinner at Somizi's is a definite hit and fans can't wait to see who else Somgaga will get to chill with him.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's Jerusalema is a firm favourite in clubs and parties around the world and the latest place for it to make waves is in Switzerland. DJ Black Coffee showed that Jerusalema.
The club was positively going wild as the song jammed loudly through the speakers. We're so proud of Master KG for repping Mzansi all across the world.
Black Coffee shouted Master KG out with a picture and reference on social media. Master KG was over the moon and thanked Black Coffee for the recognition.
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