Watch: “It’s nice to have rich friends” Somizi shows off the feast of food Makhadzi cooked for him

Somizi shows off the feast of food Makhadzi cooked for him

Somizi recently shared a video on Instagram in which he demonstrated to his followers what it’s like to be friends with people from Limpopo by showing Mzansi how much food Makhadzi had prepared for just four team members, including him.

It was revealed in the caption that when Makhadzi asked him and his other three team members if they were hungry, they all said they were. In the video, there is a large amount of food that four people will be unable to finish. There were many meat dishes, the well-known South African dish chakalaka, steamed bread, and a plethora of other South African dishes. She prepared eight different dishes in total for them. And Somizi revealed that the food was delicious, telling his fans that if they see him acting particularly animated while judging Idols, they should be aware that Makhadzi’s food is to blame.

He refused to say what was discussed before Makhadzi cooked for him or whether he had visited Makhadzi’s hometown. Still, he did declare that through Makhadzi, he had discovered that residents of Limpopo have the best hospitality, and the comments couldn’t be more in agreement.

Makhadzi
Makhadzi -Image Credit :Instagram/Makhadzi

Idols SA has a sizable fan base in Mzansi because of Somizi, who charms viewers into staying glued to their screens. He is well-known for using the catchphrase “Whoo Shame” on Idols, but it was missing during season 17 of the show when he was suspended over allegations of domestic violence.

Somizi was accused of abuse by his ex-husband Mohale Motaung, and the claims nearly ended his career. But the management decided to bring Somizi back after Idols SA saw a sharp decline in viewership when he wasn’t on the program. Social media rumours have speculated that Somizi’s pay increased after rejoining Idols SA.

Somizi
Somizi -Image Credit :Instagram/Somizi

Media personality, actor, and choreographer Somizi Mhlongo has a net worth of R92.1 million rand. Bahumi Madisakwane is the name of his daughter. Mary Twala, a renowned actress, is his mother. He currently serves as a judge on the talent competition show Idols South Africa. The most popular search terms for Somizi Mhlongo relate to his age and net worth since he is well known and well-liked.

He was born in Soweto, Gauteng, on December 23, 1972. His parents were the late actor and comedian Ndaba Mhlongo and his mother, the renowned actress Mary Twala. Actress Palesa Madisakwane and Somizi Mhlongo were together when their daughter Bahumi Madisakwane was born on February 19, 1995, despite him being openly gay now.

Watch how much food Makhadzi prepared for Somizi below:

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