Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy slowly looked into each character who has been accused of Skhumbuzo's murder. While we believe Lucy and Tshidi could have been ruled out, fingers still point at Wandile, or perhaps Sphe. But we wouldn't put it past Tshidi, who always gets her way.
Gadaffi was horrified to find out from Cosmo that Tshidi is the number one suspect in the Skhumbuzo murder case, but he is determined to get more answers. Tshidi confessed to her deal with Skhumbuzo to buy the information he had on her to use it against Sphe and have her out of her husband's life once and for all.
Lucy became angry when her brothe,r Cosmo, didn't believe that she was innocent. She admitted that she was at Skhumbuzo's place but said he was already dead. She confessed that she thought Wandi killed him and decided to clear all evidence from the murder scene to protect Wandi.
Meanwhile, Sphe panicked after the detective paid her a visit. He questioned her about her connection with Skhumbuzo. We have no clue if she did it, as her criminal record is squeaky clean.
Fans are still second guessing who did it and believe the script-writer is doing a fantastic job, as the show is on fire. Here are some of the tweets from Twitter:
Meanwhile it looks like Zitha has met her perfect match with Jack Mabaso. Although social media fans didn't initially like the idea, they are slowly warming up to the on screen power couple. Here is what some of them had to say:
But there was still a lot of negative comments too:
It was make-or-break for Ezweni Inc as they uploaded their Mega Brands commercial on the internet. We wonder whether Smanga, Ayanda and Tshidi were able to pull this off to get out of their company's recent bad publicity.
Meanwhile, Lesedi is looking very much pregnant on the show, even though she cant seem to acknowledge it. Even Gog'Flo picked up a few changes in her eating habits.
Stay tuned to Briefly.co.za to catch the latest updates from Generations: The Legacy show. Also don't forget to use the hashtag #GenerationsTheLegacy to express your views on Twitter.
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