Nompilo Maphumulo owes a loan and can’t pay it

Nompilo Maphumulo owes a loan and can’t pay it

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The Uzalo artist Nompilo Maphumulo, who plays Nosipho, finds himself in a perilous situation. He told Daily Sun she had approached him many times, saying she was struggling but would pay him back. This artist, according to accounts, owes a predatory lender R25 000 or more, which she had accumulated on several occasions.

The mashonisa from Inanda, north of Durban, claims the actress owes him R25,000 for a loan she took out earlier this year when she was in financial trouble. Nompilo had been visiting Sbu Ntombela, a predatory lender from Nanda, regularly, asking for money since she was in a desperate financial situation, according to Sbu Ntombela.

“She has failed to follow through on her promise to repay my money on schedule. I was obliged to borrow money from other people in the hopes that she would repay me according to our agreement. “Those individuals are now requesting a refund from me.

She used to tell me she was having trouble because Uzalo had halted filming, and they were sometimes working but not getting paid on time.” He said he had no text messages demonstrating the actress owed him money because all agreements were made in person or over the phone.

“I know she has other jobs than Uzalo and that those jobs pay her, yet she still refuses to reimburse my money.” Ntombela discovered that Nompilo had previously told him that they had ceased recording Uzalo sequences for a while and had not been paid.

Uzalo said she didn’t have time to speak with me privately when I asked. She also stated that she would repay me for the money I lent her in the future, but I am confident that she will never do so. Even though she often changes employment, she refuses to reimburse me for the money I gave her.

‘Even my mum has decided to pitch in and lend a hand.’ That was expressed by Ntombela. Uzalo had already stopped filming as a result of COVID-19, which had a tremendous influence on artists such as Nompilo. When called, Nompilo did not answer her phone and instead transmitted a specific message, directing writers to contact the predatory lender for clarification.

Ntombela discovered that Nompilo had given him a message stating that he should not report the incident to the authorities if he was ever found. When Nompilo finally met up with the columnist, she informed him that she had spoken with the predatory lender and pleaded with him not to go into any more detail about the situation.

When he threatened to go to the media, the mashonisa stated she begged him not to since it would harm her reputation. “She is well aware that this will embarrass her because she is a brand ambassador for a number of companies.

Now I’ve enlisted the help of my mother and her mother to find a solution because she needs to stop ducking and diving.” The actress told the SunTeam that she owed no explanation to the media. ‘We agree with them; maybe there was a miscommunication between us that resulted in the difficulty in contacting you.’

All was good when I spoke with them. ‘That those are my final words,’ Nompilo said. They won’t be pleased to see her on papers for obligations annoyances because, as she put it, she is a minister for specific brands.