- Mohale Motaung has honoured his promise to his followers that he will post more selfies in 2021
- Somizi's husband has been serving looks lately all over social media showing just how good he looks
- Mohale has also been using his influence to educate people on how to stay safe from the Covid-19 pandemic
At the beginning of the year, Somizi's husband Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo made a promise to fans that he would post more selfies in 2021. The stunner has kept to his word and has posted some sizzling snaps to start off the year.
Mohale has been serving the Instagram streets with a number of selfies this year and Mzansi social media users can't seem to get enough. His posts have been cute and uplifting and the fans are absolutely loving it.
In all the recent snaps he's been posting, Mohale is smiling from ear to ear and looks like he is enjoying his life.
Not only is Mohale serving some looks on the gram but he has also been using his influence to inform people about Covid-19.
In one of his Instagram videos, the 26-year-old has been sharing tips on how to stay safe and protected from the virus.
A few social media users loaded his video with comments on how they protect themselves from getting infected with Covid-19.
pinky_muchine said: "I wear a mask and wash it after every wear. I no longer shake hands with anyone."
ndaloza85 commented: "For groceries I use the Checkers app to buy and I sanitze them when delivered."
tra_decall said: "I social distance while I'm away from home, along with wearing a mask to prevent bringing the virus back to my family."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung shared some valuable advice about hard work. Somizi has been on a roll lately in terms of success.
The media personality and choreographer had his cookbook listed as the best selling cookbook in the country and his reality shows made it into Showmax's Top 10 list.
Somizi took to Twitter to share some advice with his followers about hard work. He spoke about his journey and how at some point he was down and out but managed to pick himself back up.
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