Somizi has weighed in on cellphone addictions, opening up about it has affected his relationship with husband Mohale Motaung

Somizi has weighed in on cellphone addictions, opening up about it has affected his relationship with husband Mohale Motaung

Somizi has said something regarding cellphone addictions, opening up about it has influenced his relationship with spouse Mohale Motaung.

The Idols SA judge is no more abnormal to uncovering everything on the web and took to Instagram as of late to examine the likely entanglements of continually being on your telephone.

“It’s not the telephone’s concern. The individual is utilizing the telephone. In this way, we are not accusing the telephone, the telephone doesn’t get itself,” said Somizi.

He conceded that he was now and then liable of not putting his telephone down and said he likewise had a discussion with Mohale about him being on his telephone “constantly”.

“It’s not even about me feeling ignored. I see it likewise as too self-serving. On the off chance that you are not on Instagram, or Twitter, or Facebook, you are taking pictures, you are taking selfies. I feel like, yoh, some of the time I wish to be contacted like that telephone,” he said.

The Metro FM DJ said both he and Mohale made a poisonous situation when they didn’t examine how cellphones impeded their relationship.

He accepts that a discussion and defining limits are significant.

“You have to plunk down and set standards that are appropriate for the both of you. You have to think of the ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ that work in your relationship,” said Somizi.

Numerous fans and VIPs participated in the sincere discussion, including media character Andile Ncube.

 

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Andile said the room ought to be the ideal opportunity for you and bae.

“Your room ought to be an asylum, when you’ve settled on your choice to hit the hay, be distant from everyone else and still associate with your individual and yourself,” said Andile.