Namibian rapper King Tee Dee is not too pleased at what is happening between Somizi and Mohale. The popular has-been South African couple, famously abbreviated as Somhale, is currently trending after the premier of Living the Dream With Somizi (LTDWS) season 5, where Somizi dropped bombs on the show.
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Somhale has been at the centre of attention on social media when Mohale was heard on tape making some bizarre accusations. Soon after, Somizi revealed that they were headed for divorce and then their relationship woes took centre stage.
Now, Somizi has decided to tell his side of the story on his own reality show LTDWS which broadcasts on Showmax.
Reacting to a social media post by ZAlebs, King Tee Dee called both of them childish for their numerous public stunts. "Grown ass men acting like kids," commented King Tee Dee.
The post spoke about Somizi's revelation on their dwindling sex life. On the reality show, Somizi says, "There is a part where he says I suggested threesome and stuff. My suggestion of not an open relationship, a versatile relationship were for the benefit of our marriage. Here I was dealing with someone who had issues with sex or I don't know what you call it," he revealed.
He was speaking on their sex life addressing Mohale's claims that Somizi suggested fisting as a way to get kinky. Somizi said, "I still stayed, but I said to him let's find other ways to either we go to a sex therapy, he didn't want to go because he was in denial that the sex life wasn't great."
Mohale made numerous claims that Somizi was abusive and everything but he also addressed this with his friend, actress Lorcia Cooper who asked “Did you hit him?”
On the tape, Mohale said Somizi restricted him from working with certain people, "It was mainly about work, the friends that I made which he didn't like...There are certain people he wouldn't want me to converse with, maybe if we are at the club. Or maybe people he has a history with or people he does not like," Mohale said and made mention of The Fergusons.
"I took my keys and walked out, he took a knife. I was about to exit, so he said to me, ‘if you exit… I’m going to kill us both.’ So I took my keys and ran. He grabbed the knife and said ‘if you walk out, I’m going to stab you.’ Now I see a different person. I was sh*t scared and walked back into the house. He said ‘let’s talk.’ He cried and we moved on,” he said.
Somizi had denied these claims in a statement.
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