- Somizi Mhlongo took to social media to make a hilarious confession about his days doing Sarafina
- The media personality, who sang in the musical, said he got the lyrics wrong and only realised recently
- Social media users were in stitches when they learned what the celebrity had been singing
Somizi took to social media to make a hilarious revelation. The media personality, who starred in the popular musical Sarafina, recently realised that he had been singing the wrong lyrics to one of the songs all along.
The international production toured all over the world, and Somizi had been singing the wrong words at every show. Oopsie.
He hilariously mocked himself and said:
"English never loved me."
The lyrics he messed up were from one of the songs in the musical production. The original words were "Where the cows are grazing" but poor Somizi thought that the song said "Where the cows go crazy".
Social media users were left in stitches by his revelation. Instagram user rie.lentless said:
"SomSom, hahahahahha how did you figure the correct lyrics?
"I don't blame you though..."
"Uryt wena motase (you're right sis). As long as it makes sense kuwe. Umlungu akame kancane (white man must wait)."
"That's a good one!"
Don't worry Somgaga, it happens to the best of us.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za came across a post where Somizi shared just how Christmas in August is going down in his house.
Sharing his merry spirit on social media, Somizi shared a snap of their Christmas tree which had boxes and boxes of amazing Le Creuset items surrounding the bottom of it. Le Creuset is Somizi’s brand of choice when it comes to kitchenware and literally any housewife or good home cook will understand why – it’s so lush!
While it may be raining prezzies in the Somgaga household, Somizi did not let the Christmas in August spirit stop there. Taking things one step further, Somizi decided to buy some gifts off of local suppliers.
Taking to social media, Somizi approached some cool local peeps selling their products online and bought a bunch of them. Supporting locally is definitely a trend that needs to stick.
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