- Somizi flexed his Dolce & Gabbana Smeg appliance collection which costs a small fortune
- He had filmed himself using the citrus press to squees the juice out of oranges and used the opportunity to promote his book
- Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to Somizi's amazing appliance collection
Somizi Mhlongo posted a video on Instagram of himself squeezing the juice out of oranges, what made the video interesting is that we got to see his Dolcé & Gabbana Smeg appliance collection in the background.
Incidentally, he was using his D&G Smeg juicer which is valued at R8 399 and in the background his D&G Smeg kettle, toaster and blender.
The total amount of the appliances in the frame came up to a whopping R22 000. He also took the opportunity to plug his book which has been doing well, reaching best-seller status.
Here are some comments from fans:
"Somizi where is other Smeg collection ."
"Please send me the other toaster ."
"Wow, Som Som ! I’m jealous about your D&G SMEG. If you’re hot, you’re hot mntase."
"Wow where can I buy this machine.....as if I can afford it."
Somizi's D&G appliance breakdown:
- Citrus press R8 399
- Kettle R9 999
- Toaster R9 999
- Blender R13 399
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi took a trip to Smeg to buy a Dolce and Gabanna kettle and toaster and he saw something in the showroom that shocked him.
The celebrity saw a fridge there, it was absolutely stunning, all the DG appliances are beautifully decorated but this fridge is something else.
He asked the ladies in the store to tell him the price of the fridge and he told his audience to turn their volume up and listen carefully.
The salesladies revealed that the fridge cost a shocking R940 000, yes those are three zeros at the end.
In other news, Somizi has never shied away from lending his large platform to promote and advertise smaller brands and he recently found a reason to do it once more.
The media personality was given a gift by a young artist and was so impressed by her talent that he immediately shared her work with his followers.
Somgaga posted the footage to his social media of the artwork and the artist and asked questions about where the woman learned her craft and how long she'd been doing it.
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