Mohale Motaung has finally broken his silence for the first time following rumours that have been doing the rounds on social media that his marriage with Somizi Mhlongo is on the rocks and they are headed for divorce.
In an interview on Power FM recently, Mohale decided to address the big elephant in the room and said they are doing fine with Somizi, “Me and my husband Somizi Mhlongo Motaung, hmmm, We are fine, we are okay,” he said.
The lovebirds were once Mzansi’s favourite power couple and they were completely inseparable but recently they have not been spotted together. Instead, they have been posting solo pictures and hanging out with their friends, further fueling rumours that trouble is in paradise.
When asked why they haven’t been together Mohale said, “I think that is okay, people decide in a relationship that this is how we gonna do things, this is the route we are going to take and it is okay”
Just recently it was reported that Mohale’s legal team served Somizi with divorce paper. When asked if they are headed for divorce and that he has apparently moved out of their marital home, Mohale debunked the rumours and said he does not know anything of that nature.
“I saw people talking about divorce and I was like what? Show me, where are we divorcing, sometimes I go on social media and someone would say you are trending, and I would be like these people are talking about something that I do not even know or that I have never been introduced to. I don’t know anything about the divorce and moving out of the house, I don’t want to lie,” he concluded.
In a lengthy video on Instagram recently Somizi addressed those who celebrate other people’s downfalls and said part of that is witchcraft.
“A lot of people are going through the most, and we handle things differently like me I keep on smiling even through the fire, turbulence, turmoil because I promised myself that I will never give the devil the satisfaction, Should I die today I will never die with a broken heart, me smiling does not mean I am in denial of whatever that I am going through the time, It means that the smile is more important than the pain I have given to whatever that I am going through”
“Part of witchcraft is when you rejoice over and on somebody else’s downfall, that is evil, it is demonic whether the person is sick, or they have HIV or their marriage is crumbling or they lost a job or house etc, and you find joy in that you are evil and you and satan wear the same tags to that VIP of hell”
Mohale has also been trending on Twitter after he posted a picture of him posing with a woman with the caption “I’m happy” accompanied by a heart emoji. Social media users have been questioning his sexuality again.