- Somizi's husband, Mohale Motaung, has had to clap back at a troll once again
- This time the jab was about the South African actor not having property of his own in the form of a title deed
- A fed-up Mohale delivered a swift response to the social media troll who attempted to come for him
Mohale Motaung is very active on social media but unfortunately that normally results in him being victim to trolls online.
Recently, Mohale commented on a post and found himself catching strays when Twitter user @pabimono_ asked him if he had a title deed.
Many have teased Mohale in the past about marrying the wealthy Somizi while having nothing. This time Mohale stood his ground and refused to be bullied. He said:
"We are too young to be asked for title deeds. Anyway, shine girl."
Social media users had mixed reactions to his response, although many showed support to Mohale.
Twitter user k_mfundo said:
"Kant you are not married in community of property yin?"
"Did you tell Somizi that you are young?"
"Mohale's responses are too polite."
"Your responses Mohale, you really inspire me. Let her shine."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Somizi and Mohale's relationship has faced a lot of scrutiny lately and there have even been rumours of divorce flying around.
Mohale recently took to social media to answer some fan questions and one of the responses seemed to be a subtle clapback at all those who had been questioning his marriage. The star was asked about how he makes a living and what he does day-to-day to make ends meet.
Mohale responded to the question by posting an internet video of a woman who, when asked how she affords the luxurious car she drives and what she does for a living, responds that she is simply married.
Mohale's reply was clearly conveying the message that his marriage was what he did for a living but also served as a more subtle clapback at those who have been wondering about whether or not a divorce was imminent.
Fans loved the response and many were happy to hear that all seemed well between Somgaga and Mohale.
Briefly.co.za has been following the rumours and recently reported on Somizi clapping back after a journalist requested answers.
Somizi shared a message he received from a person claiming to be a journalist for City Press claiming she has it on good authority that Somizi and Mohale are getting a divorce.
She asked Somizi if this was true. She also wanted to know if this was the reason that Mohale was not invited to his birthday a few weeks back.
She had one more question that was visible in the screenshot that Somizi shared, she wanted to know if infidelity was the reason for the couples alleged relationship troubles.
Somizi had a short, sharp reply to the message, he dared her to write the story and he promised to sue the journalist and the publication, telling them to get their facts straight. Somizi captioned the post with the following:
"So @city_press has become a tabloid... ok... two can play the game... to stand a chance to win I don't know what dial the number and let Julia know what it feels like to have your privacy invaded unprovoked."
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