Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(Instagram)Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(Instagram)

Somizi and Mohale’s Divorce Drama Ends With Shade

The long-standing drama between South African media personality, Somizi Mhlongo, and his ex-husband, Mohale Motaung, has finally come to an end. The two have been in a bitter public feud for almost two years, with accusations of abuse and gold-digging being thrown around.

Somizi drops case and agrees to pay charges

Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(instagram)
Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(instagram)

In March 2023, court papers were shared on social media revealing that Somizi had closed his action for the divorce case against Mohale and had agreed to pay all charges associated with the case. In a statement to local media publications, Somizi revealed that he was not ordered to pay the costs, but decided to do so because it was an insignificant amount due to the case being in its early stages.

Also Read: Somizi settles his divorce bill as Mohale gets paid and fans are frothing with excitement

Mohale throws shade at Somizi

After news of their marriage being declared null and void, Mohale has seemingly thrown some shade at Somizi. He shared a photo of himself at his wedding to Somizi in response to a tweet about getting married too young. While Mohale shared no context behind the snap, many took it as shade towards Somizi who says he will be starting his healing process.

Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(Instagram)
Somizi and Mohale in happier times-Image Source(Instagram)

Also Read: Somizi settles his divorce bill as Mohale gets paid and fans are frothing with excitement

Twitter reacts

Many Twitter users were quick to comment on Mohale’s shade towards Somizi. One user, @bryan, said, “Peace was never an option here,” while another user, @mczmot, commented, “Yey, you suffered on Twitter because of him ke sana. You were trolled and trolled daily. I am glad it has been finalized in court and you can still tick ‘single’ and ‘never married’ on any official document ke sana. You are not a return soldier.”

 

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