Firstly let's talk about renting a place of R65 000 in value every single month? Anyway that's what Lebo M did, now he is in arrears of about R700 000 consisting of unpaid rent as well as damages to the mansion.
Lebo M, the Lion King producer and composer, is accused of causing havoc by stealing pricey curtains and the keys to a fancy Joburg golf estate mansion he has been renting for R65 000 a month.
Elizabeth Leonora Alexander, the property owner, has also accused Lebo M of causing damage to her gas braai,and painting the property's floor.
She further claimed that the TV personality, whose true name is Lebohang Morake and who stars in the reality show Lebo M Coming Home, wrecked the maid room drapes, broke routers, and house remotes, among other things, before leaving the Lanseria residence without paying rent in July last year.
Alexander's allegations are contained in papers she filed in the Joburg High Court this week, demanding over R700 000 in unpaid rent, four months' loss of rental income, and payment for the damages he allegedly caused to the multi-million Blair Athol Estate mansion, which many fans believed he owned.
Okay, put aside that Lebo M is probably filthy rich and R65 000 a month is cakes to him, is it viable though to rent out a place for that amount? Wouldn't it just be better to buy a property worth as much?
Also if you have the means to stay in such a place then it shouldn't be hard to pay this right?
Comment down below...what are your thoughts?
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