Trouble is brewing for Somizi and DJ Tira will replace him.

Trouble is brewing for Somizi and DJ Tira will replace him.

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In the wake of the allegations leveled against Somizi by his estranged husband, Mohale Motaung, Bathu footwear has become the latest brand to dissociate itself from him.

Somizi met with the heads of the footwear brand, according to the City Press, and they agreed that he should not attend the launch of their 28th store at Gateway Mall in KZN.

Users on social media have expressed their opinions on the situation. Because DJ Tira was present at the recent event, some have believed that he has officially replaced Somizi as the ambassador.

In related news, South African social media fans have flocked to Mohale Motaung after he spoke out about his alleged violent relationship with Somizi Mhlongo, according to Briefly News. The majority of those who commented on the media personality’s Facebook page stated they trusted his account. In the beginning of their relationship, Somizi was said to be abusive.

Somizi’s difficult week prompted him to seek guidance from his deceased parents.
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Mary Twala, a film, theatre, and television icon who died last year at the age of 80 was Somizi’s mother. Because the legendary actress was so well-known, President Cyril Ramaphosa sent her family a genuine condolence message.

Mary Twala was married to Somizi’s father, South African actor Ndaba Mhlongo, who died in 1989 at the age of 56.

Ironically, Mary Twala’s last public appearance was at Somizi and Mohale’s wedding in 2019.

Somizi, who took to Instagram to share a video of his surroundings with the song Endless Night from The Lion King soundtrack playing in the background, appeared to be away from home.

“You said you’d be there, and you said you’d be there. You were always there for me when I needed you. I’ll call your name whenever I want. You’re nowhere to be found. I’m doing my best to stay alive. I’m looking forward to hearing your voice. Just a single word will be enough. To put a stop to this nightmare,” the song’s lyrics read.

In the caption, Somizi writes, “DEAR MARY AND NDABA MHLONGO.”