Somizi declares that one should enjoy his wealth and do whatever he wants
Somizi Mhlongo has reminded us just how rich he’s. The media personality is understood for wearing international designer clothes but when he spends the large bucks on local designers it’s a really pleasant sight to ascertain.
Social media was abuzz when Rich Mnisi unveiled his 2021 collection called Hiya Kaya 21, which celebrates the vaTsonga culture and their colorful clothing. Rich Mnisi shocked many when he added a Xibelani skirt to his website worth a whopping R59 999.
The mixed reactions saw some saying he’s ridiculous for his exorbitant price tags, with some defending him by saying his target market will purchase it. Well, Somgaga is one of the people within his target market.
The Idols SA judge and entrepreneur revealed that he purchased the Xibelani skirt worth 60K!
That wasn’t all he bought, whilst he waits for his skirt to arrive today, he enjoyed other outfits from the designer’s collection. mention supporting local. “Whilst expecting shibhelani I made a decision to shop for something small for tomorrow.”
People within the streets are never satisfied with anything, so Somgaga made bound to put them in their place once they requested proof of payment. He clapped back by saying, “andizi them….then another troll will tell me I should have donated it to some Antonioni phela, Nina you’re never satisfied in these streets….one thing you ought to realize me I support local brands and that I buy most of the days including this one…if getting for free of charge causes you to sleep ok.”
Whilst waiting for shibhelani I decided to buy something small for tomorrow pic.twitter.com/H9bUgfRdi4
— somizi somGAGA (@somizi) February 4, 2021
Perhaps this move was how of showing Mnisi support following the backlash he received. On the day the Xibelan skirt went viral, Somgaga tweeted, “MNISI IS RICH…..RICH IS MNISI.”
MNISI IS RICH…..RICH IS MNISI
— somizi somGAGA (@somizi) February 2, 2021
Responding to a tweep who slammed people for bashing Rich Mnisi, Somgaga said he will support local brands regardless of the worth tag. “Africans are comfortable with spending R100ks on Gucci and LVs (supporting foreign brands) but have guts to tug, complain and shame their fellow African brother when he charges R100k for impala take, this stereotype must come to an end,” said a tweep.
Somgaga supported his sentiments, “It’s sad….but the thing we’ll confirm that involves an end……why would I buy LV all the time and not support my very own an equivalent way…”
Black Coffee is additionally one to spend money on designer clothes but one thing about him, he definitely supports local. If he’s not wearing a Maxhosa brand, he’s rocking that Rich Mnisi swag. When Rich was trending, Coffee posted an image of him wearing an upscale Mnisi drip and captioned it, “Worth every cent.”
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) February 2, 2021