Somizi and Mohale were once the most loved, and admired couple in South Africa. The couple only spent a year together after marriage, and things started going south. The couple would go everywhere together, and do almost everything together. They would put on matching outfits from time to time.
The couple have since separated, and they are not been staying together for a while now. They have also not been at the same places in a while now. Mohale doesn't even put on some of the brands he used to wear in happier times.
Mohale had almost every Bathu shoe color when he was still with Somizi. However, since they broke up, Mohale has not been seen wearing the brand. He might have left the shoes, or given them away. Is it normal to stop wearing certain clothes when you break up with a person? Or maybe it's because Somizi is a brand ambassador for Bathu, so he doesn't want anything to do with Somizi.
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