Somizi says people should just mind their own business, Defends Vusi Nova From Homophobic Trolls

Somizi says people should just mind their own business, Defends Vusi Nova From Homophobic Trolls

Somizi has come guns blazing defending his friend and ‘kissing buddy’ Vusi Nova from trolls who spew their homophobia everywhere his timeline.

It is quite evident that Somizi and Vusi Nova are very close friends however their ‘bromance’ is questioned by many.

On his reality show Dinner At Somizi’s, the entertainer appeared to let it slip that he and Vusi Nova are “kissing buddies.” The confession isn’t a surprise considering their close friendship.

He believes that there’s some sort of obsession with people’s sexuality on social media and he’s uninterested about it.
Somizi says people should just mind their own business, Defends Vusi Nova From Homophobic Trolls


After posting an image of him and therefore the groomsman who seem to be enjoying each day out for lunch, homophobic messages flooded his comments section and he took them head-on.

One of the comments suggested that Vusi Nova was gay but stubborn because he’s scared of the beginning , saying it’s time that he did.

Coming to defend his BFF and love of his life ‘LOML’, he told the troll to prevent the obsession with their sexuality saying that Vusi is content with himself.

“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 particular aspect of your life….or as if it makes one feel better about themselves if they out somebody else …. trusts me he’s content and that I hope you’re too and luxuriate in your life,” he clapped back.

Another follower said that the majority people find comfort in knowing that somebody else gained the courage to return out, makes them want to return out of the closet themselves.

Somgaga disputed that and easily said people should be comfortable in their own skin otherwise they ought to just affect their homophobia.

“…how many people should begin for people to be comfortable with themselves and why should it take that for them to succeed in that time …do u think if more black people owned land and therefore the world would mean racism will end …nope…I just think people must affect their homophobia,” he wrote.