Since Oby's departure, Generations the Legacy has gone back to their boring storylines that have very little engagement on social media or negative engagement when the engagements do occur.
On the most recent episodes, Mavusana and Mpho have tampered with Gadaffi's trust. Mavusana went to MaSibisi to get Mpho killed while Mpho was working with the police to get Gadaffi arrested for illegal organ trade to avenge for Tamaryn's death! Unfortunately for Mavusana, his betrayal was taken unkindly and a bullet went straight through his forehead!
Viewers are disappointed that Mavusana had to be killed because he such a brilliant actor! Got them to cut his journey so short for no reason triggered viewers because Gadaffi himself has done so much crime but always goes off scott free.
He brought something special to Generation the legacy I will miss him "luckily Im not you, Im ma vula vala ma International" @EnosRamaila
Aiii Generation is getting boring...thy should bring bck Oby once @colleen_Keke
😩😩😩... You killed an amazing character there https://twitter.com/TherealQue__/status/1446243413049978894?t=lo267rDzJpb5IXl_b8WBzA&s=19
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