Vusi Nova has had to shut down gay rumours for all eternity and him not being transparent about his love life made things worse. The musician has been single for most of this year however he recently revealed what many seem to believe is his girlfriend. Soon after he started receiving congratulatory messages with many battling to believe he is not gay.
The Yibanathi singer shared a picture of he and his rumoured bae looking all cozy and captioned it “I got you.”
I got you…🖤 pic.twitter.com/WS7mnvS4Ia
— YIBANATHI (@VusiNova) September 10, 2020
This comes a few weeks after Somizi revealed on his reality cooking show, ‘Dinner At Somizi‘s’ that he and his best friend Vusi kiss occasionally. His revelation gave many assurance that Vusi was indeed gay, even after squashing those assumptions.
Somgaga then posted a picture of him and Vusi treating themselves to some lunch and under the post were many homophobic comments and one troll told Vusi to come out of the closet.
Somizi then defended his bestie by saying people should just mind their own business. “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.
Vusi has been lipped about his love life with the only thing he revealed was that he is single.
At Somizi’s wedding he has been hopeful that he would cuff a lady, he told TshisaLive “I witnessed such a beautiful union. It was a fairytale. Funny enough Somizi has a group he calls the ‘Brotherhood Cartel’, and now all of them are married except me. I am the only one not married. Maybe I’ll find someone there at the evening of love.”
Vusi has spoken about relationships saying it never works out for him and that relationships are kind of messy.
“It’s not that I don’t date or whatever. It’s just that for some reason it just never works out,” he told the publication.
Speaking to Metro FM, he said: “Even though I’ve gone through so much in terms of my romantic relationships, I still believe in love. I’ve dusted myself off and I’m moving forward, there’s no time to move back, there’s no time to look back ndiyaphambili. I still believe in love.”
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