Detective Pele played the bluff in order to break his suspects in the Skhumbuzo murder investigation. Jack gave Zitha the go-ahead with her revenge plan against Tau. Gog'Flo was upset about Lesedi's tattoo and Tau got a mysterious call from Ayanda, which could upset Jack's plan.
Detective Pele turned up the heat on his suspects in Generations: The Legacy. He interrogated them for much longer than expected and eventually had to pull a bluff on them to get the answers he sought.
By the looks of things, one of the suspects - Wandile, Sphe, Lucy or Tshidi - is gonna give up the answers. But Tshidi played it cool, so did Lucy. Sphe gave in under pressure and changed her story, admitting she saw Skhumbuzo that night.
However, we didn't get to see Detective Pele interrogate and pull his bluff on Wandi yet. Perhaps she also gave up her story? Detective Pele is working really hard to solve this case, even a viewer shared the same sentiments. Check out the tweet below:
Viewers also expressed their concern that Sphe is innocent and shouldn't take the fall. Some are still wanting to know who killed Skhumbuzo. Check out some of the comments below:
Meanwhile, viewers also commented on Gog'Flo's reaction to Lesedi getting a tattoo, she's still very old school. Eish, but what will she say when she find's out about Lesedi being pregnant?
Jack approves Zitha's plan to get her revenge against Tau. but what he is really doing is testing her to see if she is actually as cunning as she portrays. Her next move will either cement or break his trust with Jack.
But looks like Ayanda who in her drunken state could have ruined Jack's and Zitha's plans to get to Tau last night. Ayanda drunk calls Tau in the middle of the night, he thinks something is wrong and rushes to her aid. We cant wait to find out what happens next.
Viewers took to Twitter to comment on Ayanda's brilliant acting. Check out some of the tweets:
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