Dj Zinhle is one of the celebrities who was supporting Somizi’s frustration over nosey journalists, she called it disrespectful because they were
supposed to approach his office and not the artist straight.
Seems like she is not the only soldier at war for Somizi. The newly engaged artist Simphiwe Dana did not take any nonsense regarding such privacy invasion, “I don’t think Somizi is wrong. There are boundaries. Respect them. Us being public figures doesn’t create grounds for uba wena usiqhele. Otherwise write your story ungasifaki,” she said.
Although tweeps were not happy because they feel the journalists were literally just doing their job, some were brave enough to remind Simphiwe of the most unpleasant and sickening response that Somizi gave. Wondering if his private life was in so much crumbles that he desperately did not want people to read about it to a point of so much vulgar language, bitterness and anger. The tweep highlighted the fact that Somizi called the journalist “the abortion survivor.”
That sounded like a hot clap on Simphiwe’s face after ranting for Somizi.
“I didn’t see this one. And it’s completely out of line. It would be good to know what led to it.” she replied.
“Somizi deserves the backlash that will come from this and to be media blocked. You can’t invite the media to your launches and parades then when the same media asks for accountability you swear at them. He could have just said no comment or referred the journalist to his PR,” said a tweep that was disappointed at Somizi.
Was Somizi wrong?
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