Old Generations Actress Sophie Ndaba may have found new love after a difficult year in her personal life.
It was reported by the Sunday world that the actress and businesswoman had been dating a new man for about a year – a Nigerian pastor.
The couple reportedly bonded over their faith in God and had an instant connection after meeting. The publication quoted a close friend of Sophie who revealed that the mystery man is one of Shephard Bushiri’s pastors who goes by the name Allen.
Ndaba’s last public relationship was with businessman Max Lichaba. Before that, she was married to The Queen actor Themba Ndaba with whom she has two children. They divorced in 2007.
Sophie’s relationship with Lichaba was messy, especially after her son, Lwandle Ndaba, made serious allegations against his stepfather.
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Lichaba and Sophie tied the knot in a traditional wedding in 2018, and news broke that they had separated in 2020 and were heading for divorce.
In the diss track, Lwandle alleges that Lichaba molested her mother after cheating on her with Lwandle’s best friend.
The song was a trending topic on social media and trended for days as some users praised Lwandle for making the song.
“You left your bruised wife on your body. I won’t forget the day you hit her because you cheated. You cheated with my best friend. She’s young enough to be your daughter, R. Kelly wants to be,” he rapped on the diss track.
Lwandle further expressed how happy he is that his mother finally left Max and how grateful he is to God that Max is not his biological father.
“I thank God you’re not my father, I feel for your children. My mom, I’m glad she chose to leave,” he says in his song.
Lichaba denied the abuse allegations but admitted he cheated. Sophie showed her support for her son during this time and said he was her greatest gift.
“I thank God for giving me a miracle who became a confident, respectful and God-fearing young son of sophla. I decree and declare a new season in your life. God takes you where no man can block you or stop you,” she says. wrote on Instagram.
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Compiled by Sandisiwe Mbhele, additional reporting by Lerato Maimela.