Melusi runs back to Thati's arms
Melusi and Thati have been seeing each other for some quiet time now and they were notbable to be with each other because Melusi is married to Gladys, but it all changed when Langa died which has made Melusi and Thati to comfort each other.
Melusi has been having marriage problems with his wife and he decides that it is better to get some fresh air at Thati's house.
Melusi has always loved Thati it's just he didn't know how to make an excuse so that he can visit and spend quality time with Thati but now that his wife has made him angry by killing Melusi and Thati's son Langa he runs back to Thati.
Melusi just found out his wife Gladys is the one started the fire which killed Langa.
Will Melusi tell Thati the truth?
Melusi will fover run to Thati whenever jis wife and him having problems which is not good.
In my opinion i think Melusi should make up his mind already before the viewers of this show gets bored by this storyline
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