Somizi Mhlongo Vows to Buy Rich Mnisi’s R60k Xibelani, Mzansi Reacts

Somizi Mhlongo Vows to Buy Rich Mnisi’s R60k Xibelani, Mzansi Reacts

- Somizi Mhlongo has taken to social media to declare that he will be buying the Rich Mnisi Xibelani

- The traditional Tsonga skirt by the South African brand is priced at a whopping R60 000

- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions about his bold declaration

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Rich Mnisi was trending on social media after his brand unveiled a Tsonga traditional Xibelani worth R60 000. Somizi has come out in defence of the exorbitant pricetag and has vowed to buy the traditional skirt.

Taking to social media, Somizi shared that while he was waiting to buy the skirt, he would buy other Rich Mnisi products.

His announcement did not go down to well with other social media users who shared their thoughts. Twitter user DjVik7 said:

"Africans are comfortable with spending R100ks on Gucci and LVs (supporting foreign brands) but have guts to drag, complain and shame their follow African brother when he charge R100k for izimpahla zakhe, this stereotype must come to an end."
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Somizi vows to buy Rich Mnisi’s R60k Xibelani, Mzansi reacts

Somizi wants to buy Rich Mnisi’s R60k Xibelani. Image: @somizi
Source: Instagram

Mthi__ said:

"I thought peer pressure ended in Secondary."

Garden_Ramsay said:

"It's "Xibelani" Som-G maan if you gon buy something atleast like it enough to know ispelling sayo subayi shibankof apha"

Kemzo_K said:

"Not jelas at all. But seriously, what kind of a sad & Insecure person that feels the need to flaunt such excess just to show how opposite his lifestyle is compared to other people's well-being...Proud"

Meanwhile, previously reported that rumours are flying that Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung's marriage is on the rocks and people have been speculating this for some time.

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.

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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 a 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."

Somizi's fans reacted the post on social media, sharing their views on the situation:


"Julia has legal grounds for taking legal action against you. You don’t have a right to publicize her private information without her concern. Be careful papa don’t let your fans fool you by entertaining them with wrong things."
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"At least she contacted you bro she didn’t write a fake story on you....but she hit the nerve clearly."


"Simply answer the question and let the rumours die down sweety, are you and Mohale in good terms nah?"

Earlier, reported that Somizi, Mohale and Vusi Nova have been trending on social media for the past few weeks as online rumours and speculation have spread about their relationship.

The discussion has been broad and varied, with internet users all giving opinions about what they thought was going on.

Somizi and Mohale's marriage has been questioned, theories have been spread about Vusi's friendship with the couple and keyboard detectives have been adamant that there is more to the situation.

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