- Somizi is trending on social media after a Twitter user reshared his Instagram Stories about heartbreak
- The timeline started debating why it could be that Somizi is so upset, many blamed his husband Mohale Motaung
- There have been reports that their marriage has been on the rocks and the cracks are starting to show
It seems though there might be a little bit of trouble in paradise. Somizi Mhlongo trended on social media after a Twitter user shared screenshots of his Instagram Stories.
Twitter user @Xola_Nukani shared Somizi's posts and captioned his tweets:
"AkasaGowi Somizi ninani," - (Somizi is going through a lot, you guys).
Somizi went on a rant on his Instagram account about the basic needs of a relationship. The Idols SA judge spoke mostly about trust, loyalty and how he isn't replaceable.
Somizi also shared the fact that he thinks he is worth it and that you shouldn't be afraid of losing people. Social media users then began to speculate what Somizi's troubles are about.
Naturally, the fans thought it was about his marriage to Mohale Motaung, which a lot of people are beginning to think is on the rocks.
Check out some of the reactions to the status messages below:
"We literally just want Somizi to be happy in life. We didn’t even like this Mohale boy, we were pretending nje phela, to be nice. Nxa."
"But after reading this, nothing points to him referring to Mohale. People jump to conclusions very easily."
"But in a way, I expected this. Somizi has seen better days while Mohale is still trying to find himself."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi's hubby Mohale was spotted rolling solo in rural QwaQwa. While Somizi lives it up with Vusi Nova in Kruger National Park, his husband Mohale shared some snaps of what looks like a solo trip to Qwaqwa, Free State.
Mohale shared a selfie along with a picture of what he was drinking while on his trip. He didn’t comment on why he was there or who he was with. That left a gap for social media users to share their guesses and thoughts.
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