- Somizi Mhlongo has his eye on a luxurious bag worth R300 000
- The expensive Louis Vuitton bag changes colour at a press of a button
- Somizi took to social media recently to ask his 3.8 million followers to buy it for him
Somizi has his eye on a luxury designer bag. The Louis Vuitton bag costs R300 000. The reality TV star took to Instagram a few days ago and shared a clip showcasing the branded bag that changes colour at the press of a button.
The flamboyant Metro FM presenter asked his 3.8 million followers on the photo and video-sharing app to buy the expensive bag for him. Somgaga, who is know for his expensive taste in clothes, owns a lot of branded valuables such as, appliances, shoes, and bags, among other things.
SomG shared that the bag has his name written all over it. He jokingly said he'll block his fans if he ends up buying the bag himself. The star wrote:
"Now this bag has my name all over it.....swabisani usathane and just buy it for me....otherwise I'm gonna kwata.....but it myself and never ever speak to u all again....actually I'm gonna block all of u....hey hey don't u dare."
The media personality's fans and industry peers took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:
DJ Tira said:
"The bag is R300k! let me check my bank balance."
"You have 3million followers and counting we can all give you R1 I’m sure that should cover it."
"Buy it wena Som-Som and we will reimburse you... we will open a fund me account just for it."
"Yoo! I thought it's a speaker."
"It does. I can already imagine you holding it at the airport."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi 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.
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