- Uthando Nesthembu fans got a shock when they found out what had happened to Sne
- Sne told MaCele that she had been sexually abused and MaCele was heartbroken
- Fans feel that Musa needs to show Sne a little sympathy and treat her better
Since the new season of Uthando Nesthembu started, it has brought about so many events. Musa’s daughter Sne has now become the centre of drama and fans do not agree with the way that Musa treats her.
The need for Musa to have a fifth wife is still on going and he has not yet convinced his current wives. The wives are so consumed with preparations for their weddings, they have not even entertained Musa’s proposal.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Sne, the daughter Musa has from a previous relationship, has the Mseleku family divided. Last week Sne was speaking to MaCele when she exposed the fact that she was sexually molested. The person who molested her was someone that the family knows very well.
The abuse apparently occurred when Sne was still a child and was ongoing. Due to the fact that Sne and her father have not been on good terms, she has not had the opportunity to tell him about the abuse.
MaCele’s heart was broken to hear what has happened to Sne. She found it difficult to tell Musa what their daughter had endured. MaCele finally found the right time to tell Musa, and he was distraught to hear the news.
In last night’s show, Mseleku took a step back and although there is animosity between him and Sne, he told MaCele that he has made the decision to accept Thando, who is Sne’s daughter and his grandchild, into the family. This is awesome news as Musa has not been very accommodating accepting his grandchild.
A joint birthday party planned by the family for two of Musa’s daughters included little Thando. Sne also attended the party, at which time she attempted to greet her father but was ignored.
After viewers witnessed Musa brush off his daughter's greeting, they did not respond well. The viewers’ opinion is that Musa is portraying emotional abuse towards Sne.
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