South African celebrities Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung recently tied the knot in a an extravagant traditional wedding that was attended by fellow celebs and prominent politicians among the invited dignitaries.
It was on a Saturday when the happy gay couple tied the knot.
According to City Press the ceremony was to take place at Mohale's parents' home. While the reception was held in Kibler Park.
Guests in attendance included Bonang Matheba, Kelly Khumalo, Khanyi Mbau Lerato Kganyago, Thando Thabethe, Nomuzi Mabena, Julius Malema, and Nomuzi Mabena.
The couple will have their white wedding in January 2020.
Meanwhile, it is an open secret that Somizi is such a romantic person as far as buying gifts for his husband Mohale is concerned.
He once booked him a trip to New York, and (eventually ended up being to Italy) for his birthday and got him 100 roses to celebrate 100 hours of their marriage.
As romantic and sweet as many may view it, one person made a deliberate provocative post on Twitter telling Mohale that it would be good to see him returning the favour by buying Somizi some gifts; for a change.
“I would really love to see you do the same for him. I pray your marriage works yazi,” the troll responded to a post where Mohale had shared how Somizi got him 100 roses.
Mohale did not take the comment lightly, he instantly and fumingly told the troll to 'hell,' sending the person packing with a spicy hit back.
“Who said I haven’t ? Y’all like attention. Tsek,” he responded to the troll.
The troll’s sentiments were received with mixed feelings. While many defended Mohale by telling him to just ignore the negativity, others agreed with the troll and urged Mohale to do the same in return (for the gifts Somizi always gets for him).
Some of the reactions read as follows; “When are you bringing him flowers as well? I wanna see something.”
“It's always somizi doing nice things in this relationship. Be creative nawe just once hawu.”
Some supported Mohale:
You did it a few days before your wedding thy just weren't paying attention. Don't mind them wena enjoy your marriage
— stilesmbulazi (@STILES9722) October 2, 2019
“U entertaining nonsense. This is yo moment to be happy. Stop responding to ppl who will interfere wit yo happiness. How they feel is their business. U don’t live for them but yoself.”
“You did it a few days before your wedding thy just weren't paying attention. Don't mind them wena enjoy your marriage.”