Lerato begged Smanga to let go of the colourism thing on social media in Generations: The Legacy, but he wasn't ready to back down to Joshua. Pele decided to use his friendship with Cosmo to get the answers he needs. Mpho was disappointed by his rejection.
Smanga wasn't about to let Joshua get away with a generic apology regarding his "racist ad campaign" on social media. He took it a step further by expressing his thoughts on the matter in an interview with a reporter.
Lerato, on the other hand, felt the pressure of being the centre of this huge social media debacle, and begged Smanga to drop his social media vengeance with Joshua and Mega Brands, but Smanga refused because he said racist people need to be stopped.
Looks like this whole racism debacle is gonna turn ugly on the soapie. However, viewers seem to feel Smanga was justified in what he was doing.
Meanwhile, Pele decided to rekindle his friendship with Cosmo in the hopes of getting him to reveal what went down at S'khaftin. Pele only wants to get ahead in his investigations and will even use his friendship with Cosmo to get the answers he needs.
Meanwhile, Gog' Flo spoke to Gog'Zondiwe about how Pele and Palesa seem to be attracted to each other. And Gog'Zondi encouraged Gog'Flo to play match-maker. Pele and Palesa do seem to get on really well with each other and who knows - they could make a nice couple.
Meanwhile, Lerato chose to get high on drugs than face the romance that she and Mpho have going.
Poor Mpho opened up about how he felt about Lerato and there was a moment when the two really seemed to be into each other, but Mpho was hurt when Lerato rejected him. It looks like Mpho's character is not meant to be happy. That's sad because he really is a well-mannered young man.
But Lerato feels a little awkward that Mpho is Lesedi's ex, and feels that she shouldn't be messing with that or falling for her best friend's ex.
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