We never want to stop living the dream with Somizi

We never want to stop living the dream with Somizi

Apr 20, 2017, 11:34 AM

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Living the Dream with Somizi season 2 is off to such a brilliant start that we’re hoping this is not the last we’re going to see of it. 

The choreographer-turned-media personality is one of SA’s biggest reality TV breakout stars and we enjoy every second of his show. 

Last night’s episode followed the divo as he gave us a behind-the-scenes look at his preparation to host the 2017 SAFTA's red carpet and the fun is set to continue next week as he designs his outfits and sources accesories.

#saftas2017 red carpet host. Go big or stay home.

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We also finally got to see Palesa Madisakwane, the mother of Somizi’s daughter Bahumi, on the show following her noticeable absence last season. 

She and her daughter shared an emotional moment at lunch in which Bahumi opened up about feeling attacked for sharing her honest feelings and emotions, especially by her parents. Ncaaaw. Palesa then comforted her baby and they were all smiles in no time. 

lunch the other day wearing my fav @odditysa 💖💙 #ootd #SummerHeat #ServingHoney #MomPhotobombing

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After being grilled by his bestie, TT Mbha, about his relationship status, Somizi also shared his philosophy on relationships with us which he likened to renting an apartment. Basically, you move from one apartment to the next until you’re ready to find the home you want to settle in and purchase for life. Hmm!

The divo later shared scenes from an afternoon spent with one of his other friends, Vusi Nova, where the pair went horse riding. It seems as though Somgaga enjoys riding and would like to purchase a horse. A comical scene ensued when the horse riding instructor let Somgaga know that the horses aren't as expensive as he though so he's willing to drop a cool R200,000 on buying one. 

Bonded and connected with jay-jay. Soon to be mine

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And he was ready and waiting for Black Twitter's criticism as evidenced by this quote from the episode shared by a Twitter user. 

And while we're on the topic of quotes, Somizi ended off the episode by reminding us who he is by saying “I live in a fantasy world and please guys, don’t wake me up from it”

Yaassss Somizi!

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