“He Was Bad In The Bedroom” Somizi Reveals Real Reasons Behind The Fallout With Mohale
Season 5 of Living The Dream With Somizi (LTDWS) is now out on the DStv streaming platform Showmax. The episodes will be aired every Wednesday up until 6 July.
However, Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale are topping the trends after the teaser of Season 5 was released. The first episode dived into their fallout and other marital issues that led to their marriage crumbling.
The first episode introduces us to Somizi, listening to Mohale’s daring allegations against Somizi. However, in the backdrop of him listening to the audio, a follow-up scene between Somizi and Vusi Nova drops all the daring evidence, highs and lows of their marriage.
Like in any other season, Somizi dropped a bombshell about Mohale’s bedroom life. Somizi has it that their bedroom life wasn’t great, and Mohale was ever in denial.
Somizi has it that he lost everything because Mohale’s bedroom life was dead.
“There is a part where he says I suggested threesome and stuff. My suggestion of not an open relationship, a versatile relationship, were for the benefit of our marriage. Here I was dealing with someone who had issues with bedroom affairs or I don’t know what you call it,” he says.
Somizi revealed that they tried several avenues to make things work, but Mohale was not even keen.
“I still stayed, but I said to him let’s find other ways to either we go to a bedroom affair therapy, he didn’t want to go because he was in denial that the bedroom life wasn’t great.” Somizi also denies the fisting claims.
In the now trending episode, Somizi was asked if he did hit Mohale, as he claims by Lockdown star Lorcia Cooper. The new season which barely comes after Living The Dream With Somizi S4, won the 2020 SAFTA. However, of interest is the fact that the new season captures Somizi’s life story and woes after being dropped from Idols SA and being axed from Metro FM.
However, Somizi has since bounced back with a bang despite being axed. He has since won a host of gigs, from hosting hit shows on 1Magic (Downtime With Somizi) and Moja Love (Lovey Dovey). The bubbly media personality has since bounced back as Idols for Season 18 judge.