Somizi On His Parents’ Love

Somizi blessed us with a throwback picture of his parents that reminded us that before the world had Blue Ivy (Beyoncé and Jay Z’s daughter) we had Somizi, whose parents were one of the most popular celeb couples in the 90s.

Somizi is the son of veteran actress, Mary Mhlongo and the late actor Ndaba Mhlongo AKA Mshefana. The star shared a throwback picture of his parents on instagram with the caption: If u ever wondered why I have such a big heart. Why I Love in a big way. It’s because that’s the only thing I witnessed from the day I was born. My parents relationship. They were inseparable. They were twins. They were bffs. Oh and sense of fashion shemmm.”

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The star is also one of the local celebs who shared heartwarming messages on social media for Mother’s Day. Somizi showed his mother love by posting a throwback picture of him and his mother.

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So my mom just called me to ask what the plans are for tomorrow. I told her to just be ready in the morning. She says ok goodnight I love u I say I love u too and hang up. After that call I felt so good and grateful that I still have a mother u can still give me that call on the eve of Mother’s Day. And there’s someone out there who will never have that call and wishes for it. And there’s someone out there who has a mother and ignores that call. Let’s appreciate and love love them coz they only happen once in our lifetime. Bayahlupha bona shemmm but we wasn’t exist without them. I wish everyone a great Mother’s Day with yo Mothers. And to those that have lost theirs I also wish a happy one with yo guardian angels in heaven

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“After that call I felt so good and grateful that I still have a mother u can still give me that call on the eve of Mother’s Day. And there’s someone out there who will never have that call and wishes for it. And there’s someone out there who has a mother and ignores that call. Let’s appreciate and love love them coz they only happen once in our lifetime.” He captioned it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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