Pretty baby has been rejected by Lehasa. However, his uncle Phumulo tries to make amends with the Seakamelas, despite Lehasa's aversion to them. A paternity test will be the only way to convince Lehasa that the kid is his.
WHY LEHASA SHOULD DEMAND A PATERNITY TEST.
Pretty had an affair with Lehasa and did not use Protection when she cheated on her boyfriend Katlego. She also turned down Lehasa's request to leave Katlego for him. Pretty's uncle Sifiso and her Mantuli had a dreadful history with Lehasa. Because he fired both Mantuli and Sifiso, he doesn't trust the Seakamelas. He believes they want money from him and are using Pretty and the baby as a form of retaliation. Pretty is untrustworthy since she blamed her pregnancy on Katlego, despite the fact that he is not the father.
WHY DOESN'T LEHASA WANT THE BABY?
He is in a relationship with Nothile and is no longer interested in Pretty. He is well aware that the baby will jeopardize his relationship with Nothile.
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