Thank God no-one can fire me – SomiziNovember 18, 2022
Somizi Mhlongo is overly excited and feeling untouchable after concluding Idols SA season 18 as a judge. However, the star stood in for Anele Mdoda on 947 recently. Somizi, who had to step down from his role before, jokingly said he was happy he couldn’t get fired after that gig.
In the video, it was seen that the media personality mistakenly thought the show was at the Montecasino studios but he needed to be at the Sandton studios to do the show with @FrankieFire & @CindyPoluta.
He then walked into the studio and said: “Thank God no-one can fire me. As I was driving I thought, I’m no longer there so no-one can fire me,” he said.
Anele reacted to his comment, dubbing Somizi “broadcasting cream
What an entrance! @somizi (standing in for @Anele) mistakenly thought the show was at the Montecasino studios but he needed to be at the Sandton studios to do the show with @FrankieFire & @CindyPoluta. #AneleAndTheClubOn947 pic.twitter.com/nmnlTb7e60
— Anele and The Club on 947 (@AneleAndTheClub) November 16, 2022
In other news – Senzo Meyiwa’s murder trial postponed
The Senzo Meyiwa murder trial has been adjourned until Monday. The state has concluded a re-examination of witness Tumelo Madlala.
Madlala was in the house on the night the soccer star was killed during an alleged robbery. Learn more