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Blogger on Somizi’s alleged R3.5 million tax debt

Controversial blogger Musa Khawula is convinced that media personality Somizi Mhlongo, also known as Somgaga, is trying to file for bankruptcy in order to avoid giving her ex-husband, Mohale Motaung, half of his estate when they divorce – via a tweet on Sunday, May 29.

BLOGGER SAYS SOMIZI WANTS TO DECLARE BANKRUPTCY

Controversial blogger Musa Khawula claims that Somizi Mhlongo is trying to declare bankruptcy with his alleged R3.5 million tax debt. This is said to be due to the media personality avoiding splitting her estate 50/50 with ex-husband Mohale Motaung.

Somgaga and Mohale announced they were filing for divorce in August 2021. This was after Mohale claimed that Somgaga had physically and psychologically abused him during their marriage.

Mohale Motaung and Somizi Mhlongo in happier times. Image via Twitter @Musa_Khawula

“Bahumi changes his surname to Mhlongo. Somizi is suspected of having transferred his assets to his daughter, Somizi Mhlongo prepares to file for bankruptcy, Somizi uses his reality show and influence to gain support. Coincidence much? Musa tweeted.

“Remember when Mohale Motaung thought he had organized the most successful money heist and it turns out that Somizi Mhlongo is in debt? It turns out that Somizi owes R3 million in tax debts. Is it Somizi’s scheme to declare bankruptcy or not? Musa tweeted.

The tweeps seem to agree and think the media personality did this to make Mohale suffer.

“I think Somizi did all this with the aim that Mohale would suffer too. It is possible that Somizi will transfer everything to her daughter since she is now using the surname Mhlongo, so Mohale will lose as well. That’s my opinion though,” @Nomthyll commented.

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SOMGAGA’S ALLEGED R3.5 MILLION DEBT

Sunday World reports that the reality TV star has a tax debt of R3.5 million for money he owes since 2014. The publication also reports that the taxman has auctioned off the personality’s luxury furniture media in Johannesburg last week.

So, what items were sold at auction? According to the publication…

  • A white sculpture (Guman Head
  • Samsung washing machine
  • Le Creuset bowl
  • Three plastic bar chairs
  • Two red human statues
  • A Hisense TV with a remote control
  • Two brass painted coffee tables
  • A Smeg dishwasher
  • A set of Carrol Boyes knives with stand
  • A Carrol Boyes bowl
  • Five different Le Creuset pots
  • A Gold Air gas heater
  • DeLonghi oil heater, Samsung refrigerator
  • A silver kitchen bowl
  • Three glass vases
  • Eight cushions
  • A sofa bed
  • Wooden TV cabinet with drawers
  • Dining chairs
  • A table and a set of knives with stand

ALSO READ: ‘Rest in peace’: Somizi’s ‘last’ words to Mohale as he packs his clothes