Mohale Motaung has been dragged and bullied again! This, after he asked for prayers for Somizi Mhlongo, saying he’s never seen his husband in the state that he’s in!ith the passing of legendary actress Mary Twala, her son in law
Mohale Motaung has been receiving attacks on social media since his relationship with Idols SA judge Somizi Mhlongo took the spotlight. Even Somizi himself once intervened asking South Africans to leave his husband alone and mind their own households.
In recent trolling, Mohale who is also grieving for his mother in law said: “I’ve never seen my husband like this. Please pray for us guys, I really need to be strong for him.”
One silly Abednego Chauke responded by saying that Mohale was being dramatic and asking: “Why tell us?”
Such tweets also exposed ignorant people who asked if Mohale Motaung was indeed the “wife” when he was saying “…my husband…” which was met by a lot of corrections saying that he’s also Somizi’s husband.
As strong as Mohale might seem to be, his focus on positivity has led him not to take everything people say to heart. He’s so far managed to look at the brighter side regardless of the bullying he’s been receiving for marrying Somizi – being called a gold digger was one of the comments he received as soon as their engagement was announced. As far as the couple’s pictures are concerned one can vouch that everything in their matrimonial home is as sweet as honey.
Earlier this year, the newlyweds then took a short left kickstarting their honeymoon and the first check-in stop was Phola, Ogies in Mpumalanga. It was not so long until they were trolled after posting a video on Instagram sharing their early morning trip.
One Instagram fan judged the newlyweds (then) by the video and said that Mohale doesn’t look happy.
The Idols SA judge didn’t take that comment lightly at all.
“For f**k sakes, it’s 5:45 we just woke up. What the f**K do you expect him to be doing? Be jumping for joy because we are going away? Can you guys leave him alone? Cut him some slack. It’s really annoying now, I know my man better than you all,” said Somizi Mhlongo.
The Mhlongo and Twala families are still mourning the passing of actress, mother, and grandmother, Mary Twala.