It’s time for an intervention! Skeem Saam’s Noah has tweeps worried

It’s time for an intervention! Skeem Saam’s Noah has tweeps worried

Noah seems to be on his own mission on ‘Skeem Saam’ and tweeps are starting to get worried about his strange behaviour.

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In the last couple of episodes, Noah has become very agitated and evasive, but nobody knows why.

As his mother, Mokgadi is stressing badly and she feels that Noah needs an intervention to get him back on track, especially after that mysterious phone call.

Noah has been dodging Mokgadi’s questions about who he was talking to and everyone has a strong suspicion that Itumeleng was on the other end of the line.

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Naturally, Noah dodged the family’s questions and brushed it off that it was a friend he knew from boarding school.

While Leeto may have bought his story, Mokgadi knows her son better than that and she is fairly certain that Noah is lying through his teeth.

TimesLIVE reports that Noah told everyone that he only acted suspiciously because his “friend” had asked some rather inappropriate questions, but they had just phoned to see if Mokgadi was doing better.

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Briefly.co.za gathered from tweeps’ reactions that they just want what’s best for Noah, but he needs to come clean so that Mokgadi can help set him straight.

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