Mohale Motaung Turns 26 And Maintains He’s Still Married To Somizi!

Actor and reality star Mohale Motaung, husband to Idols SA Judge Somizi Mhlongo says he’s still married to the media personality.


Motaung found himself trending on his birthday this week once more when tweeps realised that his husband never acknowledged his birthday.

The 26-year-old model took to social media and shared images of himself looking radiant and happy despite the cold shoulder from Somgaga.

His industry friends and fans flooded his comment section with wishes.

Married In Silence

The Rockville star who was introduced to the public through his relationship with his husband clarified the duos relationship status with The Citizen in May and said they were still together.
Mohale Motaung Turns 26 And Maintains He’s Still Married To Somizi!
Mohale Motaung Turns 26 And Maintains He’s Still Married To Somizi!

“I am not getting a divorce. People are saying I am getting a divorce, where guys? Marriages go through some things, ups and downs. So people take what they see and they run with it. There was just a phase like any other couple, we are not getting a divorce. Things are okay.”

Motaung also finds himself constantly defending himself when he gets acting gigs due to his connection to Somizi.
 
Fans of the actor have a reason to believe that Motaung is not talented and even though the actor says he has a passion for acting since his first year of varsity.

Somizi Mutes Mohale

Somgaga went on social media and spoke about The River’s Lindiwe and Zweli Dikana marriage and never uttered a word about his husband.

“Guys let’s talk about two things. One, there is no man as dumb as Lindiwe’s husband. Zweli is driving me mad. How many times has Lindiwe been playing him?

Two, If I had to be given an offer to play a role on The River that is opposite Lindiwe – I would never take it. You must know that you will never be on The River again and your role will last three days and then you are gone. I would rather stay by Mam Flora’s or by Cobra’s place.”


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