- Somizi celebrated yet another huge milestone in his life when his cookbook was a top seller for the third month in a row
- The eccentric celeb posted on Instagram, thanking God for his riches and his fans for their support
- Meanwhile, aside from the good times, there are rumours that Somizi and Mohale are going through a tough time at the moment
If there is a South African celeb wining at everything he puts his mind to, it's Somizi. This week, the eccentric Idols SA judge took to his Instagram account to celebrate his cookbook hitting yet another awesome milestone.
In his post, Somizi wrote:
"It is your mercy and grace Lord...And everyone who bought the book and to those who still gonna buy it.......I say thank you ......3 months in a row at the top."
His cookbook, Dinner at Somizi's: I Am Not a Chef, has been a fan favourite since its launch in November last year.
Somizi's loyal fanbase were right there to congratulate him.
"Glad I bought myself a copy. Congrats Som Som."
"It's all grace. Grace is that extra God puts on top of blessings. It's all because of your humble, kind, honest soul. God has more for you in store, I promise you SomG. Lots of love to you."
Somizi Shares TikTok Video Celebrating His Belssings: Where's Mohale?
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi shared a TikTok video showing all the blessings in his life.
He lists a number of things, such as his champagne deal with GH Mumm, his late mom Mary Twala, his cookbook and finally his shoes. But fans wanted to know where his husband, Mohale was in all the blessings.
It seems like Somizi is currently going through the most.
In a recent tweet, Somizi posted a picture of himself chilling in his car and captioned his post:
"I'm going. In Xhosa. Lol."
A popular term in South African slang is to "gowisha", which simply means going through things in IsiXhosa.
Somizi has recently trended on social media after he made cryptic posts on Instagram about his value and not being appreciated. Social media users assumed that he was talking about his husband Mohale.
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