- Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has bought a new ride! A Bentley which he posted the keys of on social media
- After posting the keys of his new car, Mohale commented about having a "soft life"
- Not everyone was happy for Mohale as his husband Somizi is currently under hot water for allegedly stealing a TV show concept
The husband to media personality and choreographer Somizi, Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has taken to social media to flaunt his latest purchase. Mohale got himself a new set of wheels, a Bentley to exact, which is one of the most sought after vehicles in the world.
Mohale posted a set of keys with the branding "Bentley" and received a number of likes as well as retweets for his new luxury car. A few hours after flaunting his purchase, Mohale tweeted: "A soft life."
Unfortunately, not everyone was so happy for Mohale, as his husband Somizi has recently come under scrutiny for allegedly stealing a concept from someone else for his show Dinner at Somizi's. Mohale had to endure a few nasty comments from various social media users who targetted him and his husband for a "stolen TV show".
Instead of getting well wishes and congratulations, Mohale was dragged by tweeps.
User @Fantastic_SoLo said: "With money from a stolen cooking show by Somizi..."
@Chief69246388 commented: "From stealing poor people's ideas."
One user implied that Mohale's purchase was not new:
@liberator93 said: "Not a new car. Zoom in the remote you'll see some scratches. It might be LKG's one."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Somizi addressing the allegations that he stole the cooking show concept. Taking to social media, Somizi invited his friend Pearl Thusi and fans to ask him anything.
This was the first time that the Idols SA judge openly spoke out after he was accused of stealing the concept for his cooking show from Hastings Moeng.
Somizi did not deny that he had been approached by Hastings to do the show. The media personality explained that he was approached verbally by Hastings. He said that the reported email that Hastings sent was never even opened.
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