Somizi Mhlongo has been trending since yesterday for referring to himself as a woman. The media personality who wears many hats, also shares a few words of wisdom on Metro FM’s most popular segment called #AskAMan. On the show, callers call in to ask for relationship advices and Somizi always leaves the listeners wowed.
On a recent episode, the culinarian called himself “umfazi” which is a “woman”, when he was giving advice to a woman who says her relationship lacks affection. Every day listeners look forward to The Bridge, a show hosted by Dineo Ranaka and the Naked DJ. Solely because Somgaga drops dimes for the segment #AskAMan.
The woman who called said her relationship with her man makes her feel stuck because he does not know how to read her love language. According to the woman, her man only provides for her but does not know how to get intimate with her.
The debate which ensued in studio was that men have more important things to worry about, hence the lack of paying attention to relationships. Somizi took the side of the woman and said they too, (including himself) have more important things to worry about, but still make time for their relationships.
What caught the listeners attention was the fact that he also referred himself to a woman, “Men make me angry, on behalf of us women, I am upset.”
Yes she did😂😂😂😂😂 she is fighting for us all
— Queen_Mom👑 (@Miss_Phila) May 24, 2021
“On behalf of thina abafazi” #AskAMan yes somizi said it!!! And i was like WTF!!! pic.twitter.com/BzmJssYPvD
— Sir D🇿🇦 (@KeLepara1) May 24, 2021
“On behalf of thina bafazi” Somizi😂😂😂😂#AskAMan
— Rach (@RachelmMaphanga) May 24, 2021
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