Mohale Addresses Bullies

They won't say anything after this

By  | Apr 30, 2021, 03:10 PM 

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Mohale Motaung has taken to social media to clap back at haters who continue to spew bile on him in an attempt to drag his name into the mud. The actor/influencer has always been an easy target of social media bullies since it came to light that he was in a relationship with Somizi Mhlongo.

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Although he is known to be a sweetheart and chooses to mize the negativity he has reminded trolls that he can retaliate. The actor shared a video clip from Bonang's interview on Real Goboza, where she spoke about how she handles trolls who constantly drag her on social media.

"Sometimes when you are quiet people think that you are stupid, so every now and then I need to remind people that I am nice but I am not stupid. I don't take nonsense and the timing has to be right, every now and then you need to remind people that I can go there with you,"

Mohale and Somizi have been on everyone's lips lately as rumors fans have been noticing that they no longer spend time together. It is rumored that Mohale has since moved out of their marital home. In an interview on Power FM recently, he said they are cool with Somizi "Me and my husband Somizi Mhlongo Motaung, hmmm, We are fine, we are okay," he said

On the divorce rumors, he said he does not know anything. This follows after it was reported that he recently served Somizi with divorce papers.

"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 his marriage's downfall 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," he said.

Followed by this, Somizi shared that his next husband will be from Mthatha and shaded Mohale's poor bank balance when a Twitter user asked him out for a date and he said he wants to see his bank balance first.

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