Skeem Saam’s Marothi has defined the standards of a drama queen

Skeem Saam’s Marothi has defined the standards of a drama queen

Skeem Saam's Marothi takes the cake when it comes to drama. This character is a drama packed machine that needs a little chill.

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Marothi’s clap backs are worse than a bunch of teenage girls fighting over a celebrity crush. He is the definition of drama queen and deserves an award.

Playing the role of a blesser, he acts more like a blessee. He dishes out shade like a beach umbrella in summer.

The drama queen act got a whole lot more elevated on Tuesday’s episode when his ex-blessee Rachel Kunutu met with him after some time, reported Times Live.

Briefly.co.za learnt that, Marothi being Marothi snapped back like a Chihuahua and hit her with a ‘talk to my hand’ line. Rachel stood no chance. Her grandmother’s weave even felt this one.

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Fans were finished and took to social media to discuss his behaviour. Let’s just say, Marothi serves a good dish of entertainment.

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