Somizi Is Willing To Risk It All For That Billion!

Here's how he plans on becoming a billionaire

By  | Jun 25, 2021, 09:40 AM  | Somizi Mhlongo  | Top of The

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Somizi Mhlongo is booked and busy so he does not have time to chit-chat. The media personality and chef took to his Instagram account to let it be known that he is more focused on making money so he does not have time for occasional chats.

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The personal chef says people who call him should only be focused on discussing money related issues and how they plan on making him rich. Somizi is planning on becoming very wealthy so people who call him for a friendly chat are not welcome.

Should a phone call come through, he will simply ignore it and move right along. In a video which he captioned, "Old age thing I guess and I'm ok with it." he says, “This message is for the over 45s. Guys, I don’t know about you but at my age at 48, I can’t stand phone calls njee.

"If you call me and I don’t answer, it’s either I’m ignoring it or I’m busy. But most of the time, chances are I’m ignoring it because I don’t like njee conversations. If it’s that important and that urgent, send me a text message and say ‘Somizi, this is very urgent. And it better be urgent.”

To grab his attention, this is what the caller should say, "Somizi, this is about money’. “In that case, I call you back but it better be about real money. At my age, ai guys, there is no time to chit chat, NO” he concluded.

Somizi is all about making money and he showed off his beautiful mansion. The stunning and huge mansion needs some maintenance so he better be rolling in them coins on a regular.

He was at the centre of a controversy after his ministerial cookoff with minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, was said to have wasted government money. This cook off was said to have been created in order to boost the tourism industry in the country, but that did not happen.

The cook off took place in Shimza's Hang Awt restaurant in Tembisa which made people even more enraged because the tender was said to have not been advertised.

This was even investigated by Check point which revealed that R150 000 was set aside to cover expenses for the event but were adamant that Somizi was not paid a cent.

He contradicted the speakers though and said he sent them an invoice and did not want to disclose how much he got paid.

"The ministerial cook-off was meant to boost tourism but sparked public outrage. Businesses say the event featuring Somizi Mhlongo was a slap in the face. The department insists Somizi was not paid, but the entertainer says otherwise," eNCA captioned their clip.

Somizi advised the team to just investigate by themselves how much they paid him.

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