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The woman you marry will be so lucky – Sophie Ndaba crushes on her Son as fight with Max Lichaba heats up

Mzansi actress star Sophie Ndaba has heaped praise on her son Lwandile “Ocean L” Ndaba, in the wake of his My Stepfather’s a Devil diss track he wrote about Max Lichaba.

The soapie actress and entrepreneur posted a picture of her rapper son on her Instagram account, where she named him her “Man Crush Monday”.

This comes days after Ocean L released his debut song My Stepfather’s A Devil, which fires shots at his stepfather and Sophie’s estranged husband.

Sophie Ndaba has seemingly thrown her full support behind her son, who accused his mother’s third husband of infidelity and abuse in the song.

She wrote in the caption of the post: “Mommy’s last born child who has proven ‘ukuzala ukuzelula’ I love you to heaven and back my Lwandle @oceanel_sa just know my boy that the woman you will marry one day will be so lucky to have you as a husband! Fact!

The screen star used the hashtags to end the post: “#TouchedByAnAngel, #MomsRaisingKings, #MeAndmyGodProject” and “#MeAndMyFamilyServeTheLord”.


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Sophie Ndaba’s post comes a day after reports from a local publication that Max Lichaba has threatened legal action against Ocean L over the controversial track.

The young star and his mother were served with a letter of demand to remove the track and publicly apologise over the damning allegations.

Max’s siblings also weighed into the family feud, according to a local publication; His sister Aiso labelled Sophie a “witch” and Lwandile “Satan” in a WhatsApp message, whilst his brother Prince reportedly made threats to harm the rapper.

He allegedly told L’Wandile in a text message: “You are a small boy, you don’t know what you are starting … before you provoke war”.

Lwandile has removed the track from his Instagram account but has not yet removed it from his YouTube account via the record label Wave Time Entertainment.

In other news – Uzalo actor bullied for using public transport

One of Uzalo’s interesting characters, Screwdriver is bitter at people calling him names whenever they see him walking the streets. Simosibucayi Buthelezi who plays a low-life character on the show has revealed that he wasn’t happy with fans assuming his real life was as messed up as his character on the show.


Simosibucayi was born and raised in the same hometown KwaMashu, North of Durban where the show storyline is set. Learn More

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