- Actress Sophie Lichaba has slammed reports that she has been hospitalised due to poor health
- The media personality said that she was perfectly fine and called those out who have said otherwise
- Her Mzansi fans expressed relief at hearing that their fave is in good spirits
Sophie Lichaba is sick and tired of the rumours surrounding her health. The actress has slammed the recent reports that she was hospitalised due to poor health.
According to the claims, Lichaba was fighting for her life. But the beloved media personality is perfectly fine. She, however, was not fine with the cruel rumour-mongering. Taking to Instagram, Sophie posted:
“Happy Sunday, Angels. I was reminded yet again that the devil is never happy with one’s restoration. As he meddles I move forward. Olebetse Satane whose daughter I am. Living my life like its Golden. And it is!!"
She went on to say:
“Hear it from me darlings and My God as key witness. I’m living my life like it's Golden. With this silly diabetes, I’m still here. We launch and celebrate those who survived not to mock them. We're the true ambassadors of this survival movement. Toast to a fabulous life. Let them bored ones talk, akere they are bored, let’s keep them talking. Nna I’m just so excited you!"
We were glad to hear that she is doing well, and so were her fans. Insta user mapitsa said:
"I am glad you are okay darling... cheers to life."
"Have a blessed Sunday."
"I love you Sophie."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that actress Sophie Lichaba was trending for all the right reasons on social media. She has been trending ever since episode 2 of Lockdown Season 5 aired on Mzansi Magic. Sophie plays the character of Palesa, who is a nurse at Kgotsong Asylum in Lockdown.
She became famous for her role on Generations where she portrayed the character of Queen Moroka. The actress, who has been away from our small screens for some time due to ill health, is back to reclaim her title as the queen of South Africa's prime-time TV.
Mzansi peeps who watched the episode last night have been praising her on social media for her skills and acting talent.
@NDIMZIN commented: "I love her strength too much she is defeating this syndrome of 'BAZOTHINI ABANTU', thumbs up to you Sophie Ndaba. It's time people learn that one doesn't choose to be sick and that doesn't stop you live and to do the things you love."
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