Skeem Saam : Lehasa's ancestors have allegedly turned against him
We have seen Lehasa disrespect Prettyand the elders regarding the pregnancy. Claiming that Pretty's baby isn't his, doing this to keep Nothile.
There was a point where pretty was planning to an abortion but stars seemed to be against it, all her plans were not successful. We believed then that Lehasa's ancestors were protecting their first born.
However, after rejecting the baby, Pretty has decided to go against all odds. She has made up her mind about having an abortion and everything is coming together.
Pretty got the later she needed to go ahead with abortion which is very surprising since she failed at first. Will Lehasa ba able to live with himself knowing Pretty had to abort his baby because of him???
We wonder what can stop pretty at this point if Lehasa's ancestors are working overtime, long cues, electricity again??
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