The media personality shocked his fans yesterday as he showed up and rocked social media by celebrating the spring day in a way that no one expected. Somizi Mhlongo was suspended in many shows following the allegations of domestic violence towards his ex-husband Mohale Motaung. The accusations got attention from the media when Mohale Motaung disclosed the events that took place while they were still married.
Usually, people experience anxiety and depression post-suspension. How Somizi clapped back after so many setbacks is unbelievable.
What did Somizi do?
The 1st of September is known as the Springday meant to welcome the new season as the winter season ends in August.
Usually, people celebrate this day with their friends in a more fun way. Somizi this day in an unexpected way by wrapping up 120 roses with R100 notes(which amounted to R12 000) shared a few photos on social media. He showed that he has moved on from everything.
How Somizi moved on shows so much positivity. Early today he shared a post for an event hosted by him where the attendees will be allowed to attend for free
Life is too short to allow the challenges to come between us and the beauty of life.
Fans showed great support to Somizi and supported how he managed. Dating is about finding happiness, if we don't find such happiness spoiling ourselves is a good idea.
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