Sophie Lichaba's husband lashes out at rumours that she's dead, again

Sophie Lichaba's husband lashes out at rumours that she's dead, again

- Sophie Ndaba (now Lichaba) has once again been the target of fake death news

- The actress had to respond to rumours that she passed away, saying that she's not going anywhere anytime soon

- This isn't the first time such rumours have been going around and Sophie's hubby, Max, isn't happy

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Yet again, Sophie Lichaba-Ndaba had to deal with the 'news' that she has passed away.

The actress took to her Instagram account to address the rumour and said it broke her heart to read about her supposed death again.

"Hi darlings, It's heartbreaking to read messages that I'm dead. It's the second time this year this has happened and it's extremely traumatic to my family friends and especially my kids.
"To address the rumours I'm alive and kicking and God willing I'm not going anywhere anytime soon."

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Sophie's husband, Max, used his Facebook account to make it clear that he is not impressed with the fake news.

"I do not think it's funny or good to put nonsense like this about someone when she has not died. My wife is with me now and these nonsense messages must Stop. Tell me how will you feel if someone says you are dead when you are not????"

It's not the first time people have believed the actress to be dead. Briefly.co.za reported that almost a year ago, early morning TV show Expresso reported that Sophie had died and the news has spread like wildfire across Mzansi.

The show’s producers have stated that they were not the ones to break the news and according to ZAlebs, they have since attempted to distance themselves from the rumours.

It is hoped that these unnecessary rumours will come to an end now.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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