IdolsSA judge flaunts pregnancy

The people of South Africa have never been able to agree on who reigns in the LGBTQ+ community between Somizi and Lasizwe, the country’s queens.

There was a time when it was said that the two were engaging in beefing. In the LGBTQ community of South Africa, they were the most heated rivalries there have ever been. This is primarily due to the fact that both of them have a large number of followers who are extremely devoted to them.

The late Rick Rick paid a visit to Somizi

They have been doing it for quite some time now—copying each other’s antics.

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A couple of weeks ago, Lasizwe took the internet by storm by posting pictures of his growing baby bump along with the news that he was pregnant.

Somizi is a man of many commitments who keeps a packed agenda, but he still manages to stay on top of emerging trends. Idols South Africa judge Somizi, who also surprised many with a baby bump video on his Instagram account, has Mzansi scratching their heads over whether or not the video is a joke or whether he is actually pregnant.

A more in-depth look at the video of Somizi Mhlongo’s growing baby bump

Somizi recently let slip that he intended to start a family all over again. Mzansi was under the impression that the celebrity had undergone surgery in order to carry his child within his own womb after watching the video that he posted online today. So, it turns out that the whole thing was a hoax, and Somizi is not pregnant.

Remember, he is an iconic actor who appears on Sarafina; acting is his thing, and he knows how to flaunt his skills. He teased his fans by posting the video; he did this in order to show off his talent. This is not the first time that Somizi has teased his fans; back when he was competing on Idols South Africa with Thembi Seete, he played a cruel joke on the two of them.

Mzansi was led to believe that the two were adversaries because they spoke angrily to one another, but in reality, they were only joking.

Mzansi reacts to a video of Somizi Mhlongo showing off her baby bump

Mzansi did not appreciate Somizi’s joke, and they made fun of him for wasting their valuable time and data by making him the target of their jokes. Additionally, other people found the video to be entertaining, and they complimented him on the upload of such a humorous video.

“I had a feeling something was off about this video somewhere somehow. Remember, my name is Somizi; what else were you anticipating?”

One of the most notable comments that Mzansi made was that Somizi now desires a second child, which is what motivated him to post the video showing off a baby bump. The purpose of the video was to inform his followers that he intends to have a second child.

In other news nore than 23,000 teenage births take place every year in the province of Gauteng in South Africa.

Between April 2020 and March 2021, the Gauteng Health Department in South Africa recorded a total of over 23,000 births to adolescents who were already mothers.

The fact that 934 of the girls were between the ages of 10 and 14, as stated by the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Health in the province of Gauteng, Nomathemba Mokgethi, raises even more questions about the issue of teenage pregnancy.

Further investigation revealed that 2,976 young women between the ages of 10 and 19 made the decision to have their pregnancies terminated.

“These statistics are heartbreaking and extremely concerning when one considers the fact that the victims are still young girls who have their whole lives ahead of them.

Pregnancy among adolescents continues to be a significant social and health issue in South Africa. It is not only harmful to the mother’s and child’s health, but it also has social repercussions, such as perpetuating the cycle of poverty and causing children to drop out of school at an earlier age “reported the District Attorney in a statement.

A further revelation made by the statement was that 934 babies were delivered by girls between the ages of 10 and 14, while over 19,000 babies were delivered by girls between the ages of 15 and 19.

The department did not have the profiles of the men who were the biological fathers of these children, but they did record a few instances of statutory rape.

There are no statistics collected by the Department of Health that are specifically pertaining to statutory rape. “The cases have been reported to the SAPS, and it is still their responsibility to make arrests,” Mokgethi said.

Mokgethi has requested that the departments of Social Development, Education, and Health in the province of Gauteng step up their efforts to reduce the number of pregnancies among adolescents.

“Teen pregnancy continues to be a significant social and health problem in South Africa. “It has social consequences such as continuing the cycle of poverty and early school dropout, among other things,” she said, “and it poses a health risk to both the mother and the child.”

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