Sophie Ndaba denies bank sold her home

Sophie Ndaba denies bank sold her home

Sophie is less than impressed with a report claiming that a bank sold her R2.2-million home.

Sophie Ndaba
Sophie Ndaba / Instagram (@sophiendaba_)

Actress and businesswoman, Sophie Ndaba Lichaba, has clapped back at claims that she is struggling financially. 

A report in the Sunday World alleged that the former 'Generations' star lost her home after failing to make her monthly payments. 

"Bank selling ailing Sophie Ndaba's posh Joburg home" - the headline read.  The publication reported that the Johannesburg High Court recently granted Mercantile Bank a judgment against the star. 

The bank approached the court after Sophie allegedly failed to pay them the shortfall from the proceeds of the sale of the R2.2-million house. The shortfall is allegedly more R1-million. 

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Sophie took to Instagram to clear up a few things. She denied that the bank sold her house, adding that she sold the home through property agents. 

"Dear Sunday World... The shortfall is between me and Mercantile Bank not between me, you, and Mercantile Bank. That's my fight that I am fighting privately with them and it doesn't involve you," she said.

The 50-year-old - who has diabetes - also addressed claims that she is "ailing". 

"I am not ailing, do I look like an ailing person? ...Stop messing with my business, stop messing with my family, stop messing with my future."

Some of Sophie's famous friends took to the comments section to send her words of encouragement.

"This is just boring now really….. can’t they leave you TF alone. Gosh it’s tiring," actress Winnie Ntshaba wrote. 

Mafikizolo star, Nhlanhla Mafu, wrote: "Askies sthandwa sam."

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Main image credit: Instagram/@sophiendaba_

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