Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy was sizzling as we saw Wandi stand up for herself in prison against Luthando and her gang. Jack is determined to win over his daughter even though it might hurt her. Kabisi suspects something is going on in the Moroka household.
After Luthando learnt that Wandi comes from a rich family, she started to make demands on Wandi to get her family to transfer money into her account every month. Luthando also learned that Wandi is a transgender and wants to interfere with her.
But Wandi finally stepped up for herself, only to be beaten down by the ruthless Luthando. She was kicked around and hurt very badly.
Meanwhile, Jack Mbaso paid Sphe a visit to offer her some help. He's blackmailing her, only to try and get into her good books, which she doesn't know. But nonetheless, Sphe turned her father down because she explained there's always something else that he may want from her later. Even fans agreed that Jack is playing a dirty card.
Meanwhile, three thugs hell-bent on getting revenge on Detective Pele for arresting them for possession of drugs, break into the wrong flat, thinking it's Detective Pele's. Unfortunately, they came across Ayanda and threatened to kill heredif she screamed for help. We wonder if Detective Pele will come to her rescue.
Great Uncle Kabisi suspects something is wrong when he sees a private investigator meeting with Mazwai and Sphe. He's no fool and the truth is bound to come out eventually.
While Mazwai and Sphe are doing everything they can to find out who the blackmailers are, Jack decides to turn up the heat by making Yster make another demand, this time double the initial amount. Jack knows that this will really scare Sphe and he doesn't care what he does, as long as he gets her to trust him again.
Viewers are just loving the new storylines in Generations. They even shared a few comments about the show being on fire. Take a look below:
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