‘We Were Never Married’ – Mohale Drops Bombshell To Protect His Wealth From Somizi’s Massive Debts

Mohale Somizi Marriage
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‘We Were Never Married’ – Mohale Drops Bombshell To Protect His Wealth From Somizi

 

 

In a stunning new development, Mohale Motaung is now claiming that his alleged marriage to media personality Somizi Mhlongo never existed. This is despite the fact that he is the one who reportedly initiated the divorce proceedings with the estranged ex-husband.

The Sunday World reports that Mohale is attempting to fight his divorce petition, which at first claimed the couple was married in a community of property. Mohale is now asserting that his marriage to Somizi was invalid since it lacked all of the necessary customary procedures.

 

“He says only Zulu rituals were performed during the ceremonies, so no one can impose their cultural beliefs or practices on others. Zulu cultural experts are likely to be called as witnesses to testify in this case. That’s how far Mohale wants to fight this matter,” a close source  told Sunday World

 

Mohale and Somizi tied the knot in front of millions of television fans. Their wedding was broadcasted on DStv’s Showmax channel.

Their marriage reached rock bottom late last year when Mohale claimed that Somizi was emotionally and physically abusing him.

After their separation, SARS came after Somizi over an alleged R3.5 million dept.

Sunday World claims that Mohale believes that Somizi wants to push a narrative that the two were married in a community of property so that they divide their joint estate. This would also mean that they share the debts attached to the estate.

Mohale allegedly believes that by insisting on marriage in a community of property, Somizi intends to inherit their R10 million joint royalties from DStv which he can use to repay his multi-million tax bill.

As a result, Mohale has allegedly asked his lawyers to oppose Somizi’s application for a divorce, claiming that they were not married.

In case his application succeeds, Mohale will receive an equal share of his royalties from DStv while Somizi will have to solely foot his own bill for the tax.

 

Mohale Somizi Marriage
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Sunday World claims that Mohale believes that Somizi wants to push a narrative that the two were married in a community of property so that they divide their joint estate. This would also mean that they share the debts attached to the estate.

Mohale allegedly believes that by insisting on marriage in a community of property, Somizi intends to inherit their R10 million joint royalties from DStv which he can use to repay his multi-million tax bill.

As a result, Mohale has allegedly asked his lawyers to oppose Somizi’s application for a divorce, claiming that they were not married.

In case his application succeeds, Mohale will receive an equal share of his royalties from DStv while Somizi will have to solely foot his own bill for the tax.

 

 

 

 

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