23 May 2022
Multi award winning artist, Zahara, is on the verge of losing her home if she doesn't get the money required.
At the beginning of this month, the loliwe hitmaker urged fans to support her with raising money so she can be able to pay the amount owed to Nedbank over the loan of her house.
Fellow South Africans have rallied behind her and showed her some support.
The likes of BI Phakathi, have formed campaigns on social media where they urged people to assist Zahara.
Zahara claims the two owes her money of which it has led to the situation she is facing now. Well, she has faced with criticism on social media about that as tweeps have told her to pick herself up and stop blaming DJ Sbu and Tk Nciza everytime.
Others even dragged Zahara because of her drinking problems. In the past, she had drinking problem as she became a heavy drinker of alcohol and needed a rehab for that.
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