Plans for Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung’s white wedding is going full steam ahead and we got a sneak peek at their wedding bands. Taking to his Instagram page recently, the “Idols SA” judge posted a video with a selection of diamonds from Nungu Diamonds in Johannesburg. In the video, Somgaga (as his affectionately refer to him as) is seen looking at a large white diamond while there is a meeting happening in the background regarding his upcoming white wedding and different options for their rings.
He also captioned the post: “Diamonds are gays best friend…choosing stones for the white wedding was so much fun…@nungudiamonds thank for the presentation…it’s such a proud moment seeing young black entrepreneurs in such industries. This comes after Somizi and Mohale held their lavish traditional wedding in September which was held at Kibler Park in Johannesburg. The traditional wedding was attended by A-list celebrities such as Cassper Nyovest, Pearl Thusi, Kelly Khumalo, Khanyi Mbau and Bonang Matheba.
Somgaga also had partnered with GH Mumm and had personalised champagne bottles at the wedding. The happy couple also went on baecation recently and went to Champagne, France and Monte Carlo, Monaco, where they bump into eighties pop icon Boy George.
Their white wedding is set to take place in January, and the according to the Sunday Sun, the couple are aiming for the wedding to take place in four venues with the main ceremony happening at Nelson Mandela Bridge in Braamfontein.
In other news – Quiteria kekana Survives another Suicide Attempt
In showbiz, not all is glitz and glam. There are a lot of aspects in the creative industry that could debilitate one’s career moves, which might inspire suicidal thoughts or actions. Fashion designer extraordinaire, Quiteria Kekana recently survived yet another suicide attempt. The designer’s suicide attempts have now tallied up to an alarming six.
Speaking to Sunday Sun, Quitera spoke candidly about the various struggles that he is plagued by, especially in his line of work as a fashion designer. This includes his mounting debts and the lack of support from industry associates. Read more