Somizi says he is rich and the song is for the poor, Shock as Somizi rubbishes Big Zulu’s hit song ‘Imali Eningi’

Somizi says he is rich and the song is for the poor, Shock as Somizi rubbishes Big Zulu’s hit song ‘Imali Eningi’


Media personality Somizi Mhlongo has criticized Big Zulu’s top-charting hit song, iMali Eningi, that has driven Mzansi crazy.

The song has made Mzansi celebs shoot videos of the favored Duduzani Zuma walk challenge that was created after the song was released three weeks ago.

Speaking during the KZN Entertainment Awards held at ICC Arena in Durban, Somizi said the song doesn’t relate with him because he doesn’t want to possess great deal of cash because the song says.

Somizi said he already has great deal of cash and he can’t even do the Duduzane Zuma popular walk that’s normally done when the song is playing.

He asked Mzansi artists to write down songs that accommodate everyone, and songs that also include wealthy people like him.

Somizi, who is original from KwaMashu township within the north of Durban, was an MC with Pearl Thusi during Entertainment Awards.

Somizi said he likes to try to to the Duduzane Zuma walk challenge, but his problem is that the song doesn’t relate with him in the least .

“The song is dividing us who have money and people who don’t have money who want to possess it because the song says.

“The song doesn’t relate with me in the least and that i feel left behind because I also wish to be a part of Duduzane Zuma’s famous walk challenge.

“I challenge Mzansi artists to write down the song that accommodates all folks and not separate us with our financial status. I challenge Big Zulu, Sjava, et al. to write down the song which will accommodate us all” he said.

Big Zulu’s song, featuring Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick, has quite 3 million views in three week on YouTube and it’s become favorite on iTunes downloads for 3 weeks.

The song became popular and went viral when the son of former president Jacob Zuma was seen walking together with his crew while playing the song.

Mzansi women were impressed by Duduzane’s walk and lots of people began to roll in the hay as a challenge while also playing Big Zulu’s song.