Skeem Saam's Big Boy protects Leshole in face off with Mantuli

Skeem Saam's Big Boy protects Leshole in face off with Mantuli

Things got a little heated when Big Boy confronted Mantuli during the latest episode of ‘Skeem Saam’.

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Big Boy had enough of the way Mantuli and her daughter were treating both him and his son, so he needed to give them a piece of his mind.

While he might not be able t give his son very much, but he will do everything in his power to make sure that Leshole knows how much he loves him and what he would do to protect him.

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Briefly.co.za learned that he stood up to Mantuli and even went as far as to say that he would be willing to risk the chance of going to prison to stop her daughter from treating him so poorly.

Mantuli is a force of nature and has made it very clear in previous episodes that she will always put up a fight no matter what the circumstances are.

Fans of the show will also know that her words will hurt you more than anything and it appears that her daughter has inherited that trait too.

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TimesLIVE reported that Big Boy had some pretty witty clap backs.

One of the lines he delivered was that he and his son will travel by plane, while her and her daughter travel by broomsticks.

At this point, tweeps couldn’t handle it and unleashed the memes.

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