- Somizi has shared that a stranger has sent him R9 000 by mistake
- Somizi asked tweeps to assist him make the stranger who sent him the cash aware
- Somizi's fans flooded his comment section with hilarious reactions to his post about the R9 000
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Somizi has taken to social media to share that someone sent him R9 000 by mistake. The reality TV star asked tweeps to help him make the person who sent him the money aware that the cash did not go to the intended recipient.
Mzansi's social media users flooded the media personality's comment section on Twitter with hilarious reactions to his post. Somizi wrote on Tuesday, 27 October:
"Bathong I've just received 3 ewallet notifications worth 9k total.....from a stranger....I'm sure its a mistake....how do I make them aware..."
The Idols SA judge's post received over 1 000 comments. Most tweeps asked Somgaga to send them the money instead. Check out some of their comments below:
"It's payment for your new job at Expresso."
"Call the bank SomG and please give me some just for my wise advise."
"Please send them to me. I wanna do a giveaway tomorrow to people who need it."
"Kahle kahle what do you say in your prayer?"
"Damn!!!! So you're the guy I have been trying to call, please send me back that money..."
"Make them aware for who! Lord test me with this kind of notification I will show you flames!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kalawa Jazmee Records has bagged a new deal with . The winner of Season 16 of the singing competition will be signed to Kalawa.
Veteran musician and one of the owners of the independent record label DJ Oskido shared the news on social media on Monday, 27 October. The star wrote on Instagram:
"We @kalawaJazmeeRecords are happy to partner with @idolsa to sign the winner of Idols SA Season 16."
The stable is owned by Oskido, Spikiri, Mahoota, Bruce Dope, Bra Don Laka and Mjokes. It is home to artists such as Professor, DJ Zinhle and Busiswa. The stable, founded in the 1990s, is also famous for producing musicians such as Boom Shaka, Bongo Maffin, Thebe and Trompies, among others.
The show has parted ways with Gallo Record Company after three years. Kalawa will be in charge of A&R, artist management and marketing.
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