- Mzansi actor Mohale Motaung has taken to social media to pen an open letter to himself
- The star has been the centre of attention due to the rumours of divorce between him and Somizi Mhlongo
- South African social media users had no chance to comment on the post as the celeb restricted comments
Mohale Motaung has penned a sweet letter to himself amid the rumours and noise surrounding him.
Many believe that the media personality and his husband Somizi Mhlongo are going through major relationship issues.
Mohale has said nothing about it but it seems the actor is keen to keep his head up.
The 'letter' read:
“Dear Mohale. In all the chaos of the world and all the mundane stuff you have to deal with, don’t ever forget to dream. Love, Mohale.”
Mohale is currently on holiday in Cape Town and enjoying some peace. His letter was posted along with pictures from his vacation. Social media users did not have a chance to share their thoughts as the star restricted comments to the post.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi's husband Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo is living his best life in Cape Town. The stunner posted a snap of himself enjoying a cocktail in a restaurant and was looking all sorts of sexy as he posed for the camera. He captioned his post:
Fans couldn't help but notice that Mohale wasn't wearing his wedding ring and then proceeded to ask questions.
Things haven't been going particularly well for Mohale and Somizi. Somgaga has taken to social media on multiple occasions to make it known that there's a little bit of trouble in paradise.
Meanwhile, it's been business as usual for Mohale and he's been making some major moves in his career. The young entrepreneur is having fun and not giving in to all the drama that's taking place in his relationship.
Social media users reacted to the snap that Mohale posted on Twitter without his ring. Check out the comments below:
"I always talk about how happy you look in your pictures and it's so nice to watch. You're beautiful."
"All thanks to Som for introducing him to isoft life."
"Ring ekae morena? (Where's the ring king?)"
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