Tweeps get teary after The Queen’s Shaka is left heartbroken…again

Tweeps get teary after The Queen’s Shaka is left heartbroken…again

Shaka has been going through an emotional time on ‘The Queen’ and fans of the show can’t stand to watch him getting his heart broken time after time.

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On the latest episode of ‘The Queen’, Mmabatho packed up her bags and left Shaka in the middle of the night, only leaving a note to say goodbye.

Brielfy.co.za previously learned that tweeps were beginning to think that maybe all relationships on the show are doomed and right now, they may be right.

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Mmabatho had threatened to leave Shaka if he didn’t stop dealing drugs even though her family is also involved in the drug trade.

But she had made up her mind and nothing could stop her, so she and her unborn baby are heading to some place far away.

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TimesLIVE reports that despite all the other hardships that he has faced, Shaka has always managed to pick himself up and move forward, but losing his child is the hardest thing he has ever had to deal with.

Tweeps have been wanting Mmabatho to leave the show, but their hearts broke as Shaka’s world collapsed around him.

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