It must be both a blessing and a curse to have performed so brilliantly in a part that your admirers will remember you for the rest of their lives. Sonia Mbele is one of those actresses that never seems to grow out of a role, to the point where some admirers don't even know her true name.
Sonia Mbele joined the Generations cast as Sbusiso Dlomo's wife in 2003. After Karabo and Tau, they were one of Mzansi's favorite on-screen couples. After TimesLIVE reported that Mfudni Vundla terminated 16 cast members for striking, their TV reign came to an end.
Sonia then resigned from the show in 2009 for personal reasons, that even a decade after leaving the show, many fans still refuse to use Sonia's real name.
Mbele has been posting smoking hot content on her social media lately and one thing that really caught her eye in the comments was the number of people calling her Ntombi.
Look... People are forcing the name to her lol!.
Some people are just funny.
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