22 October 2021
It goes without saying that celebrities make more money. It is easy for celebrities to make millions, the same goes for blowing it. Some celebrities are wise enough to make a business from being just a singer or an actor like Cassper Nyovest, Boity, Pearl Thusi, DJ Zinhle, and then there are others who are suffocating from debts and only live for today. In this article, we will look at South African celebs who are struggling to pay up their debts like R Kelly whose net worth is -$2 million.
Yesterday, there were a few pictures rotating on social media of King Monada's being repossessed and escorted by the police. King Monada reacted to the tweet where they posted his car and confirmed that the car was indeed repossessed and that he will be walking. He added that another thing that is going to kill us is debts.
In July this year, Latoya was exposed after suffering from paying Bolt drivers. Despite the flamboyant life she is living, the actor failed to pay R12 000 to Bolt drivers. A fleet of Bolt cars was spotted at the actress's home demanding what was theirs.
The retired footballer was allegedly reported as one of the celebrities suffocating from debts. The man was reportedly suffering from over R500 000 in bond arrears.
Unidentified Uzalo actor.
Even though Daily Sun knew the name of an actor, for his or her career's sake they decided not to disclose the name of the actor. The actor was failing to pay R25 000 to a Mashonisa from iNanda, Durban.
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