The Queen's TGOM needs some good Petronella-time to cheer her up

The Queen's TGOM needs some good Petronella-time to cheer her up

Gracious Mabuza has been going through a tough time on ‘The Queen’ and tweeps think that Petronella would make a good confidant.

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Gracious has been extremely, and understandably, emotional since her son, Gift, tragically died in the boating accident that happened during the early episodes of the new season.

Gift, who is played by Thabang Molaba, was aboard the boat when a bomb exploded and sadly, he didn’t make it.

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This is the same boating and bombing incident that Brutus was involved in.

While Brutus somehow managed to survive the blast and make his way home after he ended up in Parys.

TimesLIVE reports that TGOM seems to be battling with her grief since the passing of her son, and tweeps decided that Petronella would be the perfect person for her to talk about her emotions.

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Briefly.co.za learned that Twitter can’t stand seeing the usually strong and proud Gracious in such a mess, which is why they nominated Petronella.

Tweeps feel that Petronella’s vivacious personality will immediately uplift Gracious’ spirit.

With Gracious constantly falling apart and struggling to remain composed, tweeps are worried that Diamond could strike at any moment.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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