Just over a year ago South Africans witness one of the most glamorous weeding between the now separated celebrity couples Somizi Mohlongo and Mohale Motaung, the two gay couples's weeding were celebrated by the whose who of the entertainment industry.
The Somhale as the couples were affectionately referred to by thier followers relationship was tamed couple goals and the envy could be felt from subtitles of many tweets.
Although it all seemed glamorous from the outside it now seems like it was just a lie as more and more of thier skeletons are starting to walk themselves out of the closet and into the public space.
Since the couple officials separate and with Mohale moving out of their matrimonial house there's been a lot of speculations and talks on the street, with many accusing Mohale for coming into Somizi's life for fame and money, little did they know.
In and interview with Sunday World last weekend Mohale opened up about the abuse he endure just three weeks into thier relationship with the TV and radio personality and a mogul in her own right.
Its seems like after all this revelation most people are starting to believe Mohale and are sympathetic, in a hastag "I believe Mohale' most activities and celebrities have added thier voices and call for an immediate removal of the Idols judge from all he public engagement including other platforms.
Here are some of the post by some celebrities on social media and comments. (Screenshots)
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