- Somizi Mhlongo recently took to social media to make a revelation which left his fans with more questions than answers
- The media personality was on a visit to Mthatha and fell in love with the locals there
- He confessed that his next husband would be from the friendly Eastern Cape town
Somizi recently raised some eyebrows when he said that he would find his next husband in Mthatha. The media personality was on a visit to the area to promote his work.
Obviously he enjoyed the reception he received because he revealed that his next hubby would be from that area.
In a short video shared on Instagram, Somizi revealed that he loved seeing the diversity in terms of sexual orientations. He also loved going out in the area. He urged his followers to start sewing their wedding clothes because he would definitely be picking a Mthatha man soon.
This has obviously left many questioning whether his relationship with Mohale Motaung is still ok. Briefly News has previously reported that Somhale fans all over Mzansi have been wondering if this is the end, and it could well be. Somizi has unfollowed Mohale on both Instagram and Twitter. This happened after Somizi went to support his best friend Vusi Nova at his Easter gig.
Briefly News double-checked Somizi's social media accounts and can confirm that he is no longer following his husband Mohale.
A search on the list of people who Somizi is following on Instagram will show that Somizi is no longer keeping up with what Mohale is up to.
Somizi has been spending more time with his best friend Vusi Nova and has even posted a picture of himself wearing a T-shirt that could've been a "sub" to Mohale.
The media personality has spoken about the challenges his marriage has been facing in the media and in public. Somizi said that he and Mohale were going through the one-year mark that comes with its own problems.
Somgaga has also spoken about how Mohale constantly being on his phone makes it hard for them to spend time together. It seems as though they might really be heading for Splitsville.
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