PRETTY GETS BLOCKED BY HER BABY DADDY
Pretty Seakamela is the daughter of MaNtuli they live in Turfloop in Limpopo, Pretty is the last born. Pretty just found out that she's pregnant weeks ago and the father is non other than Lehasa Maphosa.
Lehasa Maphosa is a wealthy businessman whi has several businesses around Turf and Joburg where he lives full time.
Lehasa got into a relationship with Pretty and things went to far very fast until Pretty became pregnant.
Pretty tries to reach out to Lehasa but her calls are not going through to Lehasa because they are no longer together.
Lehasa blocked Pretty because he is now in a new relationship with a new girl called Nothile.
Pretty feels alone and she thinks that Lehasa may think that she wanted to trap him with a baby because he is rich.
Pretty has all the support that she needs from her friend Eunice who she got her in this difficult position in the first place.
In my opinion i think Eunice should be the one who tells Lehasa about everything that is happening because i think they understand each other better, they won't need to shout at eah other.
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