- Somizi took to social media to show off a lux-looking office and was looking super cosy
- Somgaga gave hectic CEO vibes and made working look like it could be a serious lifestyle
- Mzansi social media users commented on the post with quite a few praising Somizi for his work ethic
Somizi Mhlongo is a hard worker in the entertainment industry and has made it known to his followers that he's going to be working on a number of projects this year. Taking to social media, Somizi showed off his new office.
Somizi served CEO vibes in his picture and even has some inspirational writing on the wall to keep him going. He even tagged Mzansi businessman Theo Baloyi in the snap:
"Theo Baloyi, meet the new CEO," said Somizi.
Theo Baloyi is the founder of Bathu, a shoe label that just screams luxury and "soft life". Fans were wondering what exactly Somizi might be cooking up with Theo.
Mzansi social media users commented on Somizi's snap and some were just asking themselves what he could possibly be up to this time. Take a look at the comments below:
"They say show me your friends and I'll show you your future. Hi friend."
"Marketing at its finest. Somgaga just has that thing that will make sales skyrocket. Everything SomSom touches really turns to gold."
"Watch the sales skyrocket. It's inspiring how you make things move without making any noise."
"I want those boss vibes with shoes on the table. My kind hey."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo sparked the rumour mill with talks of a new restaurant.
It's no secret that Somizi Mhlongo loves cooking and now he might have started a rumour that he is about to open a restaurant. 2020 was a very good year for Somizi when it came to his culinary dreams.
Taking to Instagram, Somizi posted about his achievements in the last few months. It also looked as if he had moved on to his new project, possibly a restaurant.
"Next level. From TV show, to cookbook, to jet, to yachts, to restaurants. Your dreams should scare you. Ain’t no stopping me now, I'm a child of God. The son of my ancestors. If doesn’t kill you, it should make you richer,” said Somizi.
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