Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy saw Gadaffi and Cosmo come up with a plan to make the evidence that police have disappear. Tau teamed up with Arnold to fool Jack and secure their business deals before he messes it up for them. Crazy J upset a few people unintentionally because he is under a lot of pressure from Tau.
To try and clear his wife, Tshidi and friend, Sphe's names, as well as Lucy, Gadaffi and Cosmos came up with a plan to make the evidence that police have gathered thus far disappear. They secured an exploding device disguised as a laptop and paid someone's to place it in the evidence room at the detectives' office.
Meanwhile, Tau and Arnold pulled a fast one on their nemesis, Jack Mabaso, by speaking to the community leaders about fast-tracking the procedure to have the graves moved so that Arnold can begin his development project as soon as possible. All this under-handedness just so that Jack can't have any leverage over them to buy Arnold's shares from under him and secure a place in Tau's company, #Hashtag.
Things didn't look great for Crazy J, as he was soon stepping on all his friends' toes, especially the Diale family. He insulted them and tried to order them around just because he felt a little stressed about having to get the video series in order so he could please his boss, Tau.
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Meanwhile, Lerato explained to Lesedi that she needed to tell someone in the family about her pregnancy as she is very much starting to show and soon she won't be able to hide it anymore with baggy T-shirts and jackets.
Viewers shared the same sentiments and took to Twitter to voice their concern over the matter. Here are some of their comments:
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