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Somizi on Mohale: He’s no longer alive to me

The Braai Show with Cass had a major visitor on Wednesday evening, the man of each second, Somizi Mhlongo. 

Facilitated by Cassper Nyovest, the rapper welcomes visitors over for a braai and the well known figures on the show talk about their own and business lives while helping him in the kitchen – an arrangement that is basically the same as Dinner at Somizi's. 

During his appearance, Somizi pulled out all the stops during his discussion with Cassper, as they additionally talked about his forthcoming separation from Mohale Motaung. 

At the point when Cassper got some information about his ex, Somizi answered: " Oh he's no more. He's at this point not alive." Clearly stunned, Cassper said: "Would you say you are not kidding?" 

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Somizi kidded: "He's left from this world." Cassper proceeded and said we are for the most part pondering when the relationship cut off in light of how open their friendship was. 

Somizi shielded Mohale after Cassper said he pulled off an "Italian work", recommending he utilized him for popularity and to assemble his profession. 

The conversation all through the scene likewise addressed Somizi's little girl, Bahumi Madisakwane, having a special life and utilizing his foundation to develop her profession. Bahumi has landed acting positions on M-Net's Reyka and the popular dad says this is anything but something awful, as he made a correlation with the Motsepe family. 

"Their dad buckled down for them to have it simple. Your kid can't go through what you went through. It is absolutely impossible." 

Cassper reacted: "I'm bringing up a rich child and I am not embarrassed about that." 

When inquired as to whether he needed more children, Somizi says he would "never" need more children since he doesn't have the opportunity or tolerance yet is available to taking on. 

Throughout the long term, Somizi's sexuality has been of much interest and the media character says he has never been in the storeroom and has consistently been himself. 

"Indeed, even the child mother realizes that when she let me know she preferred me, I told her I was gay. She said I was lying and she tried me. I chose to take the plunge and that is the manner by which it occurred. 

"I was straightforward from the beginning. I disdain continually accounting for myself. I'm not gay, I am a pansexual, I am drawn to whoever I'm drawn to at that point. So regardless of whether I meet an excellent lady presently, I'd date her." 

Onto his media advantages and his renowned movement at the 2010 World Cup opening, Somizi says he's finished with this vocation as he gets more seasoned. Other undertakings, for example, his new Bantu children shoes assortment is not far off. 

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Braai Show Cass Cassper Nyovest Mohale Mohale Motaung.


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