- Somizi Mhlongo took to Twitter on Thursday, 8 October and shared a snap of himself as a goalkeeper
- Somizi joked about replacing Kaizer Chiefs goalie, Itumeleng Khune
- Mzansi tweeps hilariously shared that Somizi might just be the man that Chiefs need to win the PSL
Somizi has taken to social media to post a photoshopped snap of himself as a goalie. The media personality hilariously shared that he wants to replace Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune. In the pic, Somizi can be seen making a spectacular save in front of a packed stadium.
The reality TV star has done a lot of jobs in his life including choreography, singing, presenting and acting, among other things. Many tweeps jokingly said that Somgaga might just be the man that Amakhosi need to win the Premier Soccer League. The Metro FM presenter captioned his post:
"Breaking news: Somizi replaces Khune... Uzobezwa ke abo nywe."
His fans have shared mixed reactions to the star's post. Check some of their comments below:
"Somizi Jack of all trades. Footballer, chef, judge..."
"The goal stopper Somizi has signed a 3-year contract with Kaizer Chiefs replacing @IIKHUNE_32_16 as the number one goalkeeper."
"Maybe they'll win the league with you in the goalposts Somgaga."
"The way you are taking every job it might be true."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Amo Chidi recently took to social media to celebrate her little princess. The Rhythm City actress is such a loving mother to her bundle of joy, Reitumetse.
She usually shares snaps of their precious moments on social media. The stunner took to her Instagram recently to serve Mzansi mother-daughter goals. Amo expressed that motherhood has taught her to take in every moment with her daughter "as if it was the first".
She said that her daughter, who was born a year ago, teaches her to appreciate the simplest things in life.
"Motherhood has taught me to take in everything and every moment as if it was for the first time. She makes me realise how magical life truly is. She finds beauty in everything and joy in the simplest of things. She teaches me to appreciate everything under the sun."
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