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Sophie Ndaba's son sued for R500 000

19 September 2021

Written by Sphe J Hadebe

Johannesburg- The actress, Sophie Ndaba's financial problems continue to get bad and now it has been so worse as her son is faced with a hefty lawsuit of R500 000.

Her estranged ex husband, Max Lichaba, has been reportedly to have filed a case against his step son, Lwandle Ndaba, over the diss track he made about him, few months back.

Mzansi Celebrity News ©, has learnt that Max has decided to file a case after Lwandle failed to do what he was instructed to do, leaving Max with no choice but to take this legal route.

It will be remembered that this comes after the 21-year-old released a song accusing Lichaba of cheating and abusing Sophie.

The song, titled My Stepfather’s a Devil, sent shock waves through social media when it was released last month, in which Lwandle exposed his stepfather. He revealed some shocking details about how Max was abusing his mother and even cheated on her.

He also mentioned that Max is the cause for her mother to suffer a depression.

Max had warned him and ordered that he release a public apology and take the song down from the streaming platforms and social media.

In the court application Max filed at the Johannesburg High Court last week, said that the track was a deliberate attack on his reputation and painted him as physically and emotionally abusive to his estranged wife.

"The audio track was received, and came to the attention of the public at large, clients, business associates and/or potential clients and business associates, as well as friends and family members of the plaintiff."

He said that Lwandle had refused to remove the song from his social media platforms, despite being sent a letter of demand.

“This audio track was published and distributed to the general public, both nationally and internationally, via the following platforms: Facebook and various Facebook groups, WhatsApp messenger and various WhatsApp groups, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, and YouTube.”

Lichaba said the song falsely accused him of being the cause of the actress’ mental health issues.

“The audio track and/or lyrics are wrongful and defamatory in that same were intended and understood to mean that the plaintiff is evil and like a devil; is guilty of infidelity; is financially abusive and misused his estranged wife’s finances; is dishonest and a fraud; and is without moral fibre and business ethics.”

It is unclear whether Sophie will manage to rescue her son and pay these fees or maybe they will reach to a certain agreement.


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