Somizi on rumours that Mohale doesn’t love him: 'I’ve been quiet for way too long'

Somizi Mhlongo, Mohale Motaung (Photo: Getty)
Somizi Mhlongo, Mohale Motaung (Photo: Getty)

Cape Town - TV personality Somizi Mhlongo has finally addressed the rumours about his fiancé Mohale’s alleged lack of affection towards him.

Twitter users began speculating after watching Somizi’s reality show Living the Dream with Somizi (LTDWS), saying that his fiancé Mohale doesn’t show him love.

Some felt that Mohale is only with the Idols SA judge for his money and fame.

These were some of their reactions:

At first Somizi seemed to ignore the rumours but now he has  finally addressed the nasty comments people have been saying about his relationship.

The choreographer responded to an Instagram user who commented on a video he posted onto his Instagram page.

"The people are not jealous they are only think Mohale is way too cold for someone whose level of excitement for marriage should be high," the Instagram user commented.

Somizi was quick to respond and said: I’ve been quiet for way too long about how I feel about people who are not even friends and family already assuming and dictating how my fiancé should love me and should react to certain things. All of you saying such, you don’t sleep next to me, you don’t wake up next to me. You don’t know how moody and cranky I become. You have never smelt my morning breath."

"Have you ever wondered why I was attracted to him in the first place? Have you though about how I could never date my duplicate? How we are completely different people and personalities. How his calm demeanour turns me on. Have you ever considered the fact that I’m older and wise enough to know when I’m not truly loved? Have you ever? But qhubekani," he concluded.

Read More: Mohale Motaung on his budding acting career and his love for Somizi

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