- Somizi Mhlongo's popular reality show Dinner at Somizi's has been put under the spotlight
- Hastings Moeng is the man who is allegedly the brains behind the concept and is shook that neither Somizi nor the producers have given him any credit
- Seeing the drama unfold, many have had their say and while some are upset, others think it is all part and parcel of the entertainment biz
Somizi Mhlongo has been shaded hard for allegedly stealing ideas for his show. The popular reality show Dinner at Somizi's has been claimed by someone else who has now come forward and put Somizi in the hotseat.
There are constantly allegations being thrown around the entertainment industry of people stealing ideas, song lyrics and even entire scripts. The entertainment world is nasty and everyone knows it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that a man has come forward to claim the idea and has extensive proof has been provided. Somizi and the producer have now been put on the spot to explain the matter.
Hastings Moeng is the man who is allegedly the brains behind the juicy concept. He pitched the idea many times and it was literally taken from him without any recognition.
The fact that this whole entire show could have been stolen has some peeps shook while others are not particularly fazed as they know that nothing is an ‘original idea’ when it comes to showbiz.
Controversial and outspoken Twitter account Man’s NOT Barry Roux had something to say about the matter too.
“Hasting Moeng suggested the “Dinner with Somizi” idea to Somizi with all the elements explaining how the show would work and potential sponsors. Years later Somizi stole that idea without including the person who suggested it to him.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo is known for his quick tongue and classic clap-backs and he has not disappointed. He is often posting about how he spoils his husband, Mohale Motaung.
A Twitter troll posted online, asking why Mohale doesn't buy Somizi any gifts. Somizi took offence to this and let loose.
"Kunani, am I using your Sasa grant? Until I do stop asking stupid questions."
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