- Somizi Mhlongo is still feeling the heat for allegedly stealing the idea for his cooking talk show
- Announcing that DStv and his cooking show are doing a giveaway, Somizi got the people going
- Some feel Somizi should be focusing on righting the wrong that is his cooking talk show idea
Somizi Mhlongo is still under fire for allegedly stealing the idea for his cooking talk show. Announcing that he has a cool give away planned in partnership with DStv and his show, Somizi got questioned on social media.
Taking to social media, Somizi announced that DStv has decided to sue his cooking talk show to do a really cool giveaway. It is a foodies dream prize and super easy to entre too.
“Hey fam....to all my #dinneratsomizis fans I have some gr8 news 4u...I'm helping @DStv giveaway some cool prizes .All u need to do is tweet who u wud like to see as a guest on my show #dinneratsomizis and include #tooeasy to stand a chance to win. I'll announce winners on Sunday.”
Seeing Somizi’s post, some felt that it would be more appropriate if Somizi was to channel some of this energy into the man who actually came up with the idea for the show in the first place. It does not look like the people are going to let this one go easily.
“I personally would like for you to invite the person who accused you of stealing this idea, y’all sit down. Talk about it and iron things out #DinnerAtSomizis and #tooeasy who knows maybe she/he will get the closure and answers they need and you might clear your name.”
“Bring that guy who claim you stole his idea for this show... The episode will be epic with lots of viewers.”
“Bathong!! I thought you were gonna tell us that you paying the guy what is due to him, dstv yo mdidi.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi decided to add his opinion on the recent talks about Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode getting equal attention for the Jerusalema song. According to Somizi, the song belongs to Master KG and he deserves full credit for his work.
The Idols SA judge said that Nomcebo is a credited vocalist on the song and was chosen by Master KG. He went on to explain that it was Master KG who made the beat and therefore it was his song. Somizi said that if people wanted to fight for vocalists then they should have said something about it before the Jerusalema fame.
He made an example of a famous Arthur Mafokate song which featured a vocalist who nobody knows. Somizi also mentioned other house songs that include vocalists who are not credited.
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