Sophie Ndaba is well known for playing the character of Queen Moroka in Generations and for other characters she has played in the past. She is known for playing a receptionist woman of class and style.
Sophie Ndaba has served as the sovereign of South Africa for many years. She brought joy and laughter to countless families across the country, and she eventually ran out of contentment in her own home. She stopped acting and stayed away from South African television for a long time after suffering from a severe case of depression and losing a lot of weight.
We might as well call her a legend when it comes to television in all the sauce that she has been serving us. But ever since most actors and actresses were fired from Generations due to payment issues, many of them who we loved watching on television have been off television, including Sophie Ndaba. We have been seeing less of her on TV, and unfortunately, she has been dealing with a lot in her own personal life. From her sickness that made her lose weight to marrying someone and divorcing someone who had allegedly been abusive towards her, this news was exposed by his son when he made a song about what his mother's ex-husband put her through.
This had a significant detrimental impact on her, and she chose to remain silent, but everything came out via her child. Sophie's oldest child, Lwandle, spilled the beans on what happened during the song My Stepfather is Satan, and Sophie is currently going through it again.
The City Press reported on Sunday, September 19th, that Sophie Ndaba's child is being sued by his stepfather Max Lichaba for what he put in the melody. This was somewhat surprising, given that they had been a prominent family in the past.
Max is supposed to be expressing his displeasure with Lwandle for the things he uttered in his tune. He claims in the song that Max Lichaba is to blame for Sophie Ndaba's decline and that he used to beat her. He also reveals that he slept with her best friend when she was thought to be underage. As a money manager, he understands that such actions could jeopardize future earnings. He has filed an R500 000 lawsuit against Lwandle.
Ever since the release of the song, Sophie has been dealing with a lot of drama in her life...
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