- Somizi Mhlongo has had to once again crush rumours that his marriage is in trouble
- The media personality addressed the gossip and criticism head-on and explained a few things
- Mhlongo acknowledged that there were a few issues in his marriage, like any other married couple's
Somizi Mhlongo has had to once again pour water over the rumours that his marriage with Mohale is on the rocks. The media personality recently spoke to True Love magazine about the difficulties their marriage had to endure after being constantly scrutinised by the public.
Somizi made it clear that he and Mohale have never split up.
He acknowledged that they had problems, just as all marriages do. When these problems come up, the couple do take some space away from each other in their many other properties.
Somizi recently snapped when a female journalist asked for his comment regarding the state of his marriage to Mohale. Briefly.co.za reported that rumours are flying that Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung's celebrity 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 had it on good authority that Somizi and Mohale were 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 couple's 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 was hugely unimpressed and totally lost his cool, captioning the angry 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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