What does Generations: The Legacy have in store for us this week?

What does Generations: The Legacy have in store for us this week?

Viewers were not surprised to see Tshidi giving Sphe up in the investigation into Skhumbuzo's murder on Friday. But the big question is, who really killed Skhumbuzo - was it Tshidi, Wandi, Lucy or Sphe?

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Last week's episodes of Generations: The Legacy had viewers on the edge of their seats, as new developments unfolded to reveal who killed Skhumbuzo. Just when police got a court order to take Tshidi's DNA to match with that found under Skumbuzo's fingernails, she sneakily paid the detectives a visit to tell them why she was fighting with Skhumbuzo. She directed the police to look at Sphe, telling them that she was the real killer and was the only one who had motive.

Meanwhile, Wandi seems to be breaking down and viewers think that maybe she committed the crime. But it could also be Lucy, who was trying to protect Wandi from Skhumbuzo.

Sphe seems to be playing it too cool, perhaps she knows that she has to hide the truth to get away with this, but could she be the killer?

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Here are some of the comments trending on Twitter:

Meanwhile people are still reeling from the Jack and Zitha hook-up. Here is what some of the tweeps had to say:

But Gogo'flo on the other hand was the talk of the town last week, first when she became an Internet sensation after Crazy J shot a YouTube video of her that went viral. But then on Friday, Gog'Zondiwe encouraged her to try some 'space cookies' for the first time, and this had tweeps in stitches. Check out some of the tweets below.

But not everyone was happy with the inclusion of the space cookies on the show. This what some had to say.

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