Do You Still Remember Her? Try Not To Cry When You Find Out Why She Looks Like This Now

Do You Still Remember Her? Try Not To Cry When You Find Out Why She Looks Like This Now


Max and Sophie’s love seemed like something out of a fairy tale.

Max Lichaba, a businessman, and Sophie Ndaba, an actress, radio personality, and mother, appeared to be a match made in heaven. That is until last year’s rumors of a divorce appeared.

Sophie has already taken off her ring and taken down all of Max’s photos from her social media accounts.

Sophie’s kid has recently published My Step Dad Is A Devil, a hip-hop diss track devoted to Max.

Lwandle “Ocean L” Ndaba accuses Max of cheating and abuse in the lyrics.


“You all deserve to know the truth about this man. My stepfather is a devil, he takes, and he breaks. He hurts and he fakes, everything that he makes.”

Max was allegedly violently abusive to his mother, according to Lwandle.

He said that his stepfather left his wife injured all over her body and that he would never forget the day his stepfather struck his mother because he cheated with a girl who was old enough to be his daughter. He also stated that he is trying to be like R. Kelly.

He holds Max responsible for Sophie’s depression.

“I always thought that you were the one to protect us, instead you always pulled up and stressed us. You are the reason mama fell into depression, you used her for her fame and her money. Let me tell you, Sophie makes more money in a week than your baby mamas put together.”

When the relationship ended, Lwandle claims Max left his mother with nothing.

“You got it all and left us with nothing. We had to start from scratch. I can’t believe my mama is in this position.”

He ends the songs by expressing his dissatisfaction with men’s gender-based violence.

“I’m tired of seeing women suffer because of a man’s doings, that is why I will speak up. It’s not right. The new king of the men are trash era goes to Max Lichaba. The guy with the fat belly.”

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