DJ Clock pleads with supporters for donations to pay off a mortgage problem

DJ Clock pleads with supporters for donations to pay off a mortgage problem

Updated on August 29, 2022 18:16 PM by Ella Bina

Serious debt for DJ Clock

It's not the first time a South African entertainer has gotten into serious debt and then had to swallow their pride by publicly pleading for help.

DJ Clock, a fellow musician, has followed in Zahara's footsteps by making a public plea for money weeks after the singer stated she was in danger of losing her home.

And like the Loliwe artist, the DJ has missed payments on his mortgage.

DJ Clock requests cash

DJ Clock, real name Kholile Elvin Gumede, revealed that his house was about to be repossessed, similar to Zahara. It happened after he fell behind on his R4000+ monthly payments because of his growing debt.

The DJ admitted that the Covid-19 pandemic had left him jobless and caused him to suffer greatly.

Due to this, DJ Clock started to fall behind on his payments, especially for his 2010 purchase of a property in Roodepoort. But DJ Clock has faith that everything can be saved, just like Zahara, who used the kind donations of the public to halt the foreclosure of her home.

"I would appreciate it if Daily Sun could help me with the money I owe, so I can pay Absa and other debt," he added in his request.

"Your assistance is greatly needed as Covid-19 hit us, entertainers, badly,"

Concerned celebrities in debt

Not just Zahara and DJ Clock have admitted that they are bankrupt.

Singer Dr. Malinga's residence allegedly received a visit by the sheriff, who took possession of his furnishings and appliances, according to celebrity blogger Musa Khawula.

Businessmen Nzuzo Njilo and Thami Dladla, the wives of reality TV star and influencer Faith Nketsi and radio host Lerato Kganyago, are allegedly hundreds of thousands of rands in debt.

TV star Somizi requested a meeting with Royal AM chairman Andile Mpisane in June.

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