FNB filed the court paper at Johannesburg Magistrates court on 20 August,as a results of Henna's failure to arrange for payment on his credit card.
Henna owed the bank close to R27 000 and was in arrears for 12 months.
According to the court statement seen by Sunday World Henna applied for Credit card 2014. The papers show the account was up to date for three years. The last time he made payment was on July 2019.
According to people close to the TV producer,Henna has been struggling after he separated from his ex-wife. Bonnie Mbuli, unfortunately that is the life of an artist. "We don't have fixed income and gigs are hard to get. FNB needs to be strong" said a close source.
Things became worse after lockdown,as most of his project were put on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Things will work out said a close friend.
"It is easy for these banks to just issues papers" . They need to understand the condition we are facing as freelance and artist said a close source.
Henna could not be reached for comment
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