- Somizi Mhlongo managed to shock Mzansi Idols SA watchers with the stunt he pulled recently
- The show's flamboyant judge threw off all his clothes and ran through the set completely naked
- He posted the video on his Instagram account and fans were impressed and amused by the daring act
To say that Somizi is a daredevil would be an understatement. The Idols SA judge left Mzansi in utter disbelief when he streaked through the set naked.
The media personality is a judge on the hit show that returned to screens last night, 2 August. Taking to Instagram, Somizi uploaded a video of himself stark naked - with the Idols SA logo covering his crown jewels (thank goodness).
The video was captioned:
"I'm a free happy soul and spirit naturally... its moments like these that I have to keep looking at to remember who I am when the world tries to change me... Happy week everyone."
It was certainly unexpected, but thinking about it, it's definitely a very Somizi thing to do. Many social media users were amused by the act.
Instagram user 1565yo said:
"That's why we love you Somsom..."
"Change for who! You are perfect SomG. MegaLove for you."
"Must have been the most existing & exhilarating experience I imagine..."
"You are goals Somizi!!! Happy week to you too."
"Free and happy soul indeed!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo's latest look had fans shook with it's glamour. Somizi is always doing the most on the social media TL with his fabulous fashion looks.
The Metro FM radio host and Idols judge has developed a style that is out there and reflects his unique personality. Somgaga also always does the LGBTQ community proud by adding a bit of flair to every outfit.
Somizi posted himself rocking a sequinned gold suit, complete with matching face mask. On his feet, the star wore a classic pair of gold Louboutin shoes, or 'red bottoms' as the expensive shoe brand is popularly known.
Somizi captioned the pic, "No time for games." Fans agreed that Somizi was killing the fashion game.
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