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Sonia Mbele Addresses Allegations That She Mistreats Staff On Reality TV Show Pastors’ Wives

Sonia Mbele Addresses Allegations That She Mistreats Staff On Reality TV Show Pastors’ Wives. It is always good to say your side of the story when some serious allegations that can ruin your career emerge. That is why Sonia Mbele was swift to respond to the news article that she is mistreating some of her employees. The actress, who has now turned into a producer, is setting the matter straight, as well as sharing what projects she is currently working on.

She is the producer of Pastor’s Wives reality show, which premiered on DStv’s brand-new channel Honey in February. According to an article on City Press, Sonia has been accused of mistreating staff, after the entire crew of the show was allegedly fired last month. Sonia who is not in the country, due to work commitment, took to Instagram to address the allegations.

As a person who has been producing for three years, Sonia admitted that she is bound to make mistakes. According to her, the only error that she made was to was not to invoice on time, which meant the crew didn’t get their payments on time. The clearly disappointed Sonia was baffled by the fact that this made to the papers two moths after it happened.

This is probably going to be one of the most truest and realist open letter there ever was. I’m sure you all woke up to what seemed like one of the most negative articles of all time. But I honestly want to reassure everyone who might slightly feel touched.

Guys I’ve been an actress for a good 25 years and out of those I’ve been producing for 3, which makes me an infant in that space. As a baby producer I will make mistakes and the mistake I made was not to invoice on time (therefore didn’t pay crew on time) and for that I have apologized. Why the papers two months thereafter I’m baffled.

It’s just sad that I’m away on business because the world wants to work with me and yet SatAfrica is trying to drag me. However it is well. Those who want me as a boss upon my return I am all yours. We are currently in the West because the rest of the world sees us, the United States of America, Tanzania, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ghana, no need to say more,” Sonia said.

Pastors Wives is a show that gives viewers a rare look at the lives of well-known religious figures. The show introduces viewers to the glamorous women holding it all together in their religious households. They show off their lavish lifestyles, on the other hand balancing the various aspects of their lives, and dishing out some serious drama. Pastors’ Wives started airing Fridays from 19 February 2021, and it has been fan favorite since.

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