Somizi left fans in stitches with his latest post telling Lerato Kganyago that he did better.
By MsNews | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 19364 views
As we all saw what a lovely day the 14th of February was, people got spoiled rotten, others shared amazing pictures of themselves rocking the best Valentine's Outfits ever seen. This day was just super amazing and we also got to see how some men can be very romantic in this world and we saw this through Lerato Kganyago's husband.
Lerato Kganyago and her husband broke the internet after Thami Ndlela booked the whole FNB stadium for their Valentine's Day celebration which turned out to be super amazing and unique as something like this has never been seen before. Lerato Kganyago's colleague, Somizi Mhlongo currently left his fans in stitches after he posted an old Teddy bear with a cup and a rose.
On his post he mentioned Lerato Kganyago and he told her that he can do better than what her husband did. Lerato's response on Somizi's post also left fans in stitches, what do you think of Somizi's Teddy bear? Share your opinions, like and kindly share.
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