Somizi Mhlongo’s new man will be from Mthatha in the Eastern Cape. After enjoying a weekend for work in the city, Somizi has confirmed that his next Mohale Motaung will be from there!etro FM host and Idols SA judge
Having travelled all over the world, Somizi Mhlongo has applauded Mthatha’s vibe.
“Mthatha ndiyanithanda (I love you). Indoda yam elandelayo izakuphuma apha eMthatha (my next man will be from here),” said Somizi Mhlongo.
MGOSI.co.za previously reported that his husband Mohale Motaung served with divorce papers in early March this year.
And according to close friends of the couple, it’s alleged that Somizi has been paying Mohale to pretend that they are happy in public.
Our deep throat has reliably informed us that on Monday Mohale Motaung’s legal team served his husband Somgaga with papers to end their short-lived union of just over a year.
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“Somizi’s true friends are by his side as always. He’s quiet while on the other hand, Mohale is leaving a life of a happy bachelor in Cape Town. Somizi went into the marriage with his heart entirely open and he always wanted the best for both,” said our deep-throat.
Apparently, Mohale was also found in bed with one of Somizi’s friends (known to MGOSI.co.za) who is married with kids. “Somizi refused to expose the friend since he’s married with kids,” alleged the close friend.
Mohale Motaung and Somizi Mhlongo tied the knot (white wedding) on January 30, 2020.
The (then) happy couple shared the details of their white wedding extravaganza, from a sneak peek of their matrimony bands to their pre-wedding lunch for their groom’s party.
However, our sources inform us that their marriage box has become a myth. Most people get married believing a myth that marriage is a beautiful box full of all the things they have longed for – has Mohale Motaung or Somizi got what they both longed for in their union?
Last year Somizi Mhongo weighed in on cell phone addictions, including opening about it affecting his relationship with soon-to-be ex-husband Mohale Motaung. He went live on Instagram discussing the potential pitfalls of always being on your phone.
“It’s not the phone’s problem. It is the person who is using the phone. So, we are not blaming the phone, the phone doesn’t pick itself up,” said Somizi Mhlongo.