Somizi Mhlongo Says Riky Rick Visited Him in a Dream, Reality Star Opens Up on ‘Living the Dream With Somizi’

Somizi Mhlongo Says Riky Rick Visited Him in a Dream, Reality Star Opens Up on ‘Living the Dream With Somizi’

  • Somizi Mhlongo recently shared how touched he was by Riky Rick's passing in the latest episode of Living The Dream With Somizi
  • Living the Dream With Somizi Season 5 ended with the star Somizi talking about Riky Rick's passing and mental health problems
  • In the episode of Living the Dream With Somizi, the star of the show opens up to his best friend Vusi Nova about why Riky Rick's passing was a heavy blow

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Somizi Mhlongo's Living the Dream With Somizi is filled with candid moments from the star. Somizi Mhlongo opened up about his own mental struggles when he reflected on Riky Rick's passing.

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Depression is rife in the entertainment industry, and Somizi shared how Riky Rick's passing reminded him of his battle with mental health. Image: Instagram/@somizi/ Getty Images/David M. Benett
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Somizi Mhlongo says that Rick's death had him reeling. The Living the Dream With Somizi star says that his death was especially surprising after one dream he had.

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Somizi explains how Riky Ricks' passing affected him

ZAlebs reports that Somizi told his friend Vusi Nova that he dreamt about Riky Rick. The reality star describes what he dreamt as he says:

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“I had a dream about Riky tweeting me… stop posting lies about me, I woke up all excited.”

Somizi continues to say that he has also considered ending his own life. Riky Rick's sudden passing had many shaken, and Somizi says that he was especially touched as he says:

"I always take it personally when someone says, ‘people who commit suicide, they’re being cowards,’ and stuff like that. For me, I have been on the verge of committing suicide. I know maybe 50 per cent of what that darkness feels like. So, it triggered me.”

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Fans show Somizi love for his talent on Downtime with Somizi

Fans love how open Somizi gets on his reality show. Fans constantly support Somizi, as they did in droves after his candid interview with Dineo Ranaka and Dr Maweni on Downtime With Somizi.

@BMKekana commented:

"Somizi is the it-person of entertainment like the Guru of entertainment. I love how he has managed to stay relevant throughout different generations; he is the link to so many generations definition of longevity ❤️#DowntimewithSomizi"

@EmmahMabye commented:

"This has probably been the best show Somizi has ever done on our screens. Welldone #DownTimeWithSomizi"

@jojo03216 commented:

"Somizi is a smart and funny human being. He'll shade you and make fun of you and cover it all with a joke #DownTimeWithSomizi"

@lati30 commented:

"#DownTimeWithSomizi Big up to Somizi, he relates and he pairs this people very well."

@ProcksB wrote:

"Downtime with Somizi is such a beautiful show. Love it. #DownTimeWithSomizi"

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@llee_maile commented:

"Somizi is naturally funny. Hr doesn't even try."

"Customer service is key": Somizi stans his fans, knows how to keep them happy

Briefly News previously reported that Somizi is known for his customer service and how he routinely goes the extra mile to make his fans feel extra special. In the past, he has been seen helping customers try on shoes, doing their laces or just giving them that extra level of attention.

In his latest video, Somizi makes a fan happy when he writes a custom message on a pair of his shoes at a Bata store opening.

If you are feeling suicidal or are thinking about hurting yourself, do not hesitate to call the SA Suicide Crisis Line at 0800 567 567.

If you are concerned that someone you know might be in danger of hurting themselves, please alert your local authorities for immediate assistance. You can also encourage the person to contact a suicide prevention hotline using the information above.

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Help is available on the Suicide Crisis Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and counsellors can conduct calls in all 11 official languages.

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