The River’s latest episode gives tweeps the feels: My heart isn’t okay

The River’s latest episode gives tweeps the feels: My heart isn’t okay

Tweeps are still recovering from Monday night’s episode of 1Magic’s ‘The River’ where everybody’s world was turned upside down.

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The season has reached its climax as Cobra and his crew attempted an overly-ambitious heist on the Nelson Mandela bridge when all of a sudden, things went wrong.

Fans of ‘The River’ were on the edge of their seats when the police showed up to stop the heist, but not everyone was able to get away.

Briefly.co.za learned that the Twitter streets were moved by Cobra’s decision to sacrifice himself so that everyone else could escape, but many tweeps were cross that he didn’t even try to run.

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His arrest was one of the most emotional scenes in the entire episode and tweeps burst into tears when he phoned Paulina to say goodbye.

‘The River’ has quickly become one of Mzansi’s most acclaimed series with its action-packed storyline that keeps viewers coming back for more week after week.

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Mzansi’s power couple, Shona and Connie Ferguson are the driving force behind the show and fans expect nothing short of excellence from them.

After the latest episode, fans have been praising the cast and crew for delivering such an outstanding show and they can’t wait to see what else the Ferguson’s have in store for the country.

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