Yanga is finally get her hands on her R1 million.

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Yanga is finally get her hands on her R1 million.


When Yanga Sobetwa clinched that winners title on Idols season 14, many were excited and proud of her because she had a promising future in the music industry.

Idols winners normally walk away with amazing prizes; including a car, money, clothing vouchers and a record deal. But there were rife allegations of Yanga not having being paid to date.

When entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela posted an unsettling tweet on his timeline, where he stated that Yanga had not been paid her million rand cash prize, Tweeps were shock!

However, speaking to Daily Sun, Yanga rubbished these claims that have since caused mayhem on social media.

"The money issue has been resolved and there’s no need for people to share that tweet," she told the publication.

According to Mzansi Magic, Yanga was not paid her money directly because she was only seventeen at the time and advised them not to deposit the funds into her mother's account.

Yanga Sobetwa has mastered the art of putting out fires that are aimed at tarnishing her name.

The eighteen-year-old star had to defend herself a while back after she was dogged for ditching her matric studies for music.

But home-girl handled the drama with ease, as she publicly announced that she does not have any regrets about taking a break from her matric year to purely focus on music.

Soldier on Yanga!