Skeem Saam fans can’t get enough of the Rachel vs Lelo drama

Skeem Saam fans can’t get enough of the Rachel vs Lelo drama

- Skeem Saam fans were in stitches after last nights episode

- Rachel and Lelo have been forced to work together and there is no knowing of what will go down

-Fans took to social media to share their drama filled excitement

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Skeem Saam fans could not get enough of the fact that two of the biggest attitudes on the show, Rachel Kunutu and Lelo Mthiyane, were forced to work together. It was like waiting for a time bomb waiting to explode.

Last night’s episode definitely brought a new twist with it. Fans always knew that if there was anyone who could pull Lelo right, it would be Rachel.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Lelo and Rachel found themselves working together when they had to organise the Maphosa Nuts Factory launch. The two could not be more opposite.

With both of them having short fuses and fiery snaps, fans were instantly entertained.

Twitter was already lining up for popcorn in anticipation and they had the memes for the occasion.

Fans sat back and waited for the drama to unfold, they also took to twitter to discuss the new situation.

It seems that team Rachel has a strong and loyal following. They are behind there girl every step of the way.

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Fans think that the drama will unravel in an episode or two, when Rachel and Lelo are elft alone

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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