- Somizi is dropping some major hints that his relationship with Mohale is over
- The media personality recently took to social media to share a picture of himself wearing a very interesting shirt
- The shirt had writing on it that seemed to allude to Somizi being happily single and ready to mingle
South Africans have been wondering what on earth is going on between Mohale and Somizi. The pair have not been seen together for months and they have both been living separate lives.
To make things worse, Somizi has been throwing out not-so-subtle hints that the relationship is over. In one of his recent posts, Somz wore a shirt that read:
“Too sexy for my ex.”
What would have been a random shirt on anyone else reads very much like a clue for someone who pays attention to detail like Somizi.
The media personality definitely wore it for a reason and many Mzansi social media users agreed.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi Mhlongo shared his transformation for Idols SA as he went from an 'ugly ducking' to a 'beautiful swan' for the latest episode of the singing competition.
His first video was taken en-route to the studio, he was treating his baggy eyes and low energy levels.
He captioned the first video with:
"This ugly duckling will turn into a swan very shortly....off to work.....shooting @idolssa all day today.....whilst en-route I shall deal with the eye bags and energize with some fresh ginger and lemon juice....happy good Friday."
His next video showed him being pampered by make-up artists while they added long extensions to his hair, he thanked the make-up artist and stylists in his video post:
"The swan....thanks to my squad hair @lazola_kblom, face beat @nomsamadida and minister of order @iam_sphekay @idolssa time."
He posted the finished result on his Instagram page and it really was a total transformation.
His fans took to the comments section of the post and shared their reaction to Somizi's transformation:
"For a second I thought you were Beyoncè."
"That weave can I have it if you don't want it any more. Please ."
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