- Skeem Saam fans are really over Pebetsi Matlalia's character, Mokgadi, always sticking up for her son even when he's in the wrong
- The last straw is now that her son, Noah, has become a prime suspect in an arson case
- Mokgadi believes Noah is a victim in all of this and should be exempt from everything, even though he was at the factory the night it was destroyed and all the evidence proves that
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Skeem Saam fans can't believe that Mokgadi Maputla still believes her son, Noah, is an innocent person and a decent boy. Mokgadi always defends Noah, even when he's in the wrong, and fans have had enough.
In recent episodes, new evidence was brought to light about the burning of the nut factory and Captain Malebane and Sergeant Babeile have been trying to crack the case ever since.
Noah, Koloi and Clement are prime suspects. However, Mokgadi believes Noah is a victim in all of this and should be exempt from everything, even though he was at the factory the night it was destroyed and all the evidence proves that. Fans can't believe how gullible she is.
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@MphiloRembu said, "Mokgadi is a spoilt brat herself and she's spoiling her son rotten by always defending him when he's wrong."
@Rendy_Grootboy commented, "Mokgadi is still going to defend Noah even though Koloi confessed."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported Bonang Matheba is set to leave South Africa in 2021.
The media personality recently revealed that she is heading for the States during an interview on Metro FM. There have been many rumours over the years of the starlet moving overseas and it seems she has confirmed them.
Bonang was speaking on the Morning Flava Show. She spoke about her upcoming show, A Very Bonang Year, and also discussed her future plans. The media mogul is said to have received a lot of promising offers in the USA and is willing to explore them.
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