Somizi Claps Back At Male Troll Asking Them About Their Bedroom Roles

He asked him to choose who he wants to be dominated by between him and Mohale.

By  | Sep 15, 2020, 11:11 AM  | Somizi Mhlongo  | Drama

Larger-than-life TV star Somizi Mhlongo, has decided to put a male tweep on blast following his controversial reply on Mohale's recent Twitter post.

Image Credit: Mohale Motaung Shuts Down Homophobe

Mohale posted a snap with Somizi, looking summer ready dressed in shorts which showed off some legs. Mohale captioned the snap "It's the leg for me."

A twitter user decided to spew some homophobia on his timeline users and asked them about their bedrooms roles saying he is confused on who is dominant between them, but Somagaga did not let it slide. The TV star who is known for his fierce clapback reminded tweeps that he is not one to be messed with.
swxdefended his hubby from the hate and said the tweep must choose who he wants to be dominated by between him and Mohale. Somizi also said to the tweep he must not tell him that he is straight because no straight smart guy would be so invested in the sex life of homosexual people.

He further said he must not choose him because he is not his type, "And don't tell me ur straight coz no straight smart guy wud be so invested in homosexual sex life.....pls don't choose me as u can see the type of guys I'm into," wrote Somizi.
Somizi recently defended Vusi Nova after trolls said he must come out of the closet. Somgaga told trolls to stop being obsessed about people's sexuality, and said Vusi is content with himself.

"angilwi ngiyabuza (I'm not fighting, I'm asking)..what's the obsession with other people's sexuality...its as if the answers will improve a certain aspect of your life....or as if it makes one feel better about themselves if they out someone else....trust me he is content and I hope you are too and enjoy your life," he clapped back.

A tweep weighed in and said some people who are still in the closet find courage when they hear others coming but Somizi disputed that, and said people should  just deal with homophobia.

"...how many people should come out for people to be comfortable with themselves and why should it take that for them to reach that point...do u think if more black people owned land and the world would mean racism will end ...nope...I just think people must deal with their homophobia," he wrote.

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