- Somizi revealed what it is like to have a famous DJ as a friend
- Not used to not being the centre of attention, he tried to entertain himself as best he could
- Lerato Kganyago said having Somizi as a friend is like having children
Somizi took to Instagram to vent about what it is like to have a friend as a DJ. He shared some funny snaps online and added a hilarious caption about how his DJ friend just left him at the table.
He had to find some way to entertain himself when he was out with his friend Lerato Kganyago and she had to start her set.
He captioned the post with this:
"When your friend is a DJ and leaves u alone at the table to go DJ forever.....you do what u gotta do to get her attention......this was my situation last night when @leratokganyago left for what felt like forever......yerrrrr"
Here are some reactions to the playful post:
"Who needs a child when I have you"
" Tsiiiiii. Next time I’m tagging along . Countdown Chomi, my star mate to your birthday "
"You are those kids who want their parents attention all the timeIf they don’t they act up "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that It is always a good thing to be charitable but when it gets shown off on social media, it leaves a bitter taste for some. Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung was dragged on social media for posting the fact that he gave his waiter for the night a R600 tip on Twitter.
The Idols SA judge and cookbook author shook many when he shared that he had a meal for R378 but paid a total of R1000, leaving a very generous tip. Somizi was impressed with the service he received from the student who served him that night.
“I know what it feels like to have your day made when you least expected it and when you probably needed it, and this young enthusiastic med student deserved this," said Somizi.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Muvhango’s Hangwani Ramakuwela shared some wise words before Christmas. Actor Hangwani Ramakuwela has taken to social media to share some much-needed wisdom before the festive season properly kicks in.
The actor, who plays Mulalo on the soapie, took to his Twitter account to share his thoughts. Hangwani expressed that not all family members were able to contribute financially during the festive season.
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