In last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy, Tshidi visited a clinic to find out more about doing a paternity test. We saw two friendhips break up last night, the first was a very emotional break-up between Mpho and Jerah and the other was between Sphe and Gadaffi. A new threat has entered the show.
So a new threat has entered Generations: The Legacy. A man who travelled from the Amazon back home to South Africa landed up in the hospital yesterday after his fever spiked. Jerah and Lerato were kind enough to call the ambulance.
Viewers were intrigued by the new plot, while some begged their favourite characters not to touch the man. Take a look at a few comments below. , Lerato and Sphe at the hospital. We wonder from those characters who's going to, fall ill.
Viewers were intrigued by the new plot while some begged their favourite characters not to touch the man. Take a look at a few comments below.
Meanwhile, viewers were even more intrigued when Tshidi visited the hospital to find out more about a paternity test. She is desperate to find out who the father of the child she is carrying is.
Take a look at some of the comments below. The majority guessed Jack:
We also witnessed two friendships break up. Mpho was done with having his best friend, Jerah, not trust him and question his motives. Mpho told Jerah that he only got the camera equipment back to prove that he didn't steal it in the first place, after Jerah accused him a few weeks ago.
That scene was really emotional and even a viewers thought so too. Take a look at some of the comments below:
Gadaffi also promised Tshidi that he was going to speak to Sphe and tell her that they have to end their friendship. Which he did. Sphe told him that it was not a problem, because Mazwi wanted the same for her, for Sphe to stay away from Gadaffi. But as Sphe walked away, we saw some sparks. Could this mean something for the future?
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