Fact Check: No, Somizi Did Not Call Out Estranged Hubby Mohale

Fact Check: No, Somizi Did Not Call Out Estranged Hubby Mohale

Somizi is trending on social media for allegedly clapping back at his estranged husband Mohale Motaung. The screenshot of the ‘burn’ has been trending online, however it is fake. Briefly News investigates the truth behind this controversy.

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Mohale Motaung took to Twitter to share his opinion about the trending AKA abuse allegations. However, some felt that his comments were loaded and may also have been referring to Somizi.

Fact check: No, Somizi did not call out estranged hubby Mohale
Somizi is trending over a fake tweet to estranged husband Mohale Motaung. Image: @somizi
Source: Instagram

The media personality posted:

“Abusers and making it look like you are the crazy one when they know exactly what they do to you behind closed doors.”

In the hoax screenshot circulating, Somizi responded to the tweet by saying:

“Wena uz*nya, ms*nu, msuner, msunuest.”

The screenshot has caused quite a stir among Mzansi social media users. Check out some of the reactions:

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@auntydiski said:

“Nope. Didn’t happen. He only tweeted about abusers.”

@mqammy_enhle said:

“Yoh I didn't see SomG's response yerrrrr kurough.”

@marvin_h6 said:

“Ah this is fake and photoshopped.”

@ jitascrush said:

“Lol its funny even though it's edited.”

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Mohale Motaung and Somizi Mhlongo have insisted that they are not getting a divorce, however their recent behaviour towards each other has suggested otherwise.

Mohale recently gave his followers even more of a reason to be suspicious when he had an eyebrow-raising interaction with a handsome man on social media.

The man, who is a pilot by the looks of things, asked Mohale when they would be flying again and shared pictures of the pair in a plane. Mohale responded by saying “soon”.

The interaction caught the attention of eagle-eyed social media users who took to the platform to question what was going on. Although Mohale didn’t say anything in response, he did post a suggestive meme that hinted at some sneaky business.

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Briefly News previously reported that Somizi recently raised some eyebrows when he said that he would find his next husband in Mthatha. The media personality had been 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.

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