A lot is going down in Generations. Everyone working on ideas to grow their own legacy. Zondiwe schemes to buy Mocha Mamas as a revenge act against Gog'Flo for the money she lost from the cash heist. Tshidi needs reassurance about joining Tau's business and Gadaffi is on a mission to find dirt on loan shark Skhumbuzo, who is blackmailing Sphe to be his mob doctor.
Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy kicked off with Gog'Zondiwe wanting revenge for the money she lost. She speaks to Tshidi about lending her some money to buy Mocha Mama's from Patricia, who had appointed Gog'Flo the temporary manager.
Tshidi tells her if she can convince Tau to lend half the money, she will give her the balance. Little did we know that he would oblige.
But social media fans felt hurt by Zondiwe's bad intentions and commented that they hoped someone would help Gog'Flo to keep Mocha Mamas for herself. Here are the tweets from last night.
Meanwhile Skhumbuzo fakes a call to Sphe to tell her the gang war is over and that she is a free woman, just to get her to come meet him. She takes her protector Gadaffi with her but low and behold he turns around and says she has to do one more job. This, just when Sphe was beginning to think her nightmare is over and she can return to her normal life.
Gadaffi tries to convince her to let him get some kind leverage like video footage that he can use against Skhumbuzo, in order for him to leave Sphe alone, but she is worried about her reputation as a medical doctor. Gadaffi shows no fear and already starts looking for Skhumbuzo's weakness.
Cosmo and Mrekza walk in on Lesedi and Crazy J making out in their man cave. They felt disgusted that their holy place had been desecrated.
But social media fans are still laughing about their love for their precious man cave.
Tshidi needs reassurance that her brother Tau Mogale will not sabotage her like her did before by asking her to join #Hashtag, as CEO. She cross questions his intentions and leaves the audience thinking she may just take up his offer.
Zitha keeps a low profile but chats to Sphe in passing and says she's looking for ideas to keep her busy. Sphe tells her to volunteer at a foundation that helps children with cancer. She's not keen at first but when she realises that the Moroko's have a hand in t, she jumps at the opportunity.
Finally, Wandi has no clue what she has gotten herself into when she borrowed R30 000 from Skhumbuzo, the loan shark. She also doesn't seem like the brightest person on the show, when she casually signs a modelling contract without even going through it. This was supposed to be her big ticket to free her debt. But there's a strong possibility that she's wrong.
We look forward to next week's episodes and Briefly.co.za will keep you updated with all that goes down on the show.
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