Phat Joe’s Lavish Cape Town Home Eviction Drama Captivates Mzansi

Phat Joe appears to be in a difficult situation. The presenter allegedly didn’t pay rent for his fancy Sea Point property in Cape Town.

The problem has progressed to the point of eviction. According to reports, Phat Joe’s rental arrears had risen to more than R600,000, with his most recent payment coming in November 2022.

IOL reported a court struggle that resulted in an eviction order from the Western Cape High Court. Despite his allegations of coercion and misrepresentation, the court upheld the eviction notice.

Phat Joe and his wife, Palesa Morgan, face an upcoming eviction deadline. The notice requires their leave from the property by May 31.

South Africans expressed outrage and criticism after learning about Phat Joe’s eviction.

See some comments below:

@ms_tourist said:

“He may have made a not so clever decision but I don’t find joy in someone’s downfall. Life can be unpredictable in this showbiz industry.”

@stallionheat mentioned:

“This was inevitable. He should have left a long time ago or tried to downgrade his lifestyle. R40K per month is enough to enable you to buy a proper house.”

@eliotchauke1 asked:

“Why did he not buy a house?”

@Melusi_Mokone tweeted:

“40K x 12 = 480 000. Nithi how long was he renting there?”

@SchoolsinNaija stated:

“Most celebrities/public figures are actually living fake life.”

@SciyandaSithole posted:

“He could have built himself a beautiful home in Venda.”

@AHT_YssY added:

“We’re ready to donate, just point us in the right direction.”

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