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  • ‘It’s giving abuser’: Viewers angry that Thando doesn’t have a phone

    ‘It’s giving abuser’: Viewers angry that Thando doesn’t have a phone

    Episode four of Isencane Lengane aired on Sunday 19 June with more bombshells for viewers to be shocked about as Thando and Siyacela continue to live their tumultuous lives.

    What created a stir among fans this week was the revelation that Thando, 18, does not have a phone anymore because her husband Siyacela, 19, confiscated it.

    ALSO READ: ‘She doesn’t look ok’: ‘Isencane Lengane’ fans worried about Thando


    One of many reasons Thando’s legion of fans cannot stand Siyacela and pray that the expectant mom finds the courage to leave that marriage is because of the emotional abuse she suffers.

    Siyacela, who is cheating with Manto, has been labelled “controlling” and “possessive” by viewers. And after learning that no one can reach Thando because he took her phone away has made them even angrier.

    “Siyacela makes sure Thando doesn’t have a phone so she can’t get onto social media ngoba uyazi [because he knows] we will fill her mind with many things that can make her decide to leave him and she can get help from other people. Usile lomfana [This boy thinks he’s smart] he decides how he spends the money. #isencaneLengane,” an angry viewer wrote.

    ALSO READ: ‘Who said Thando passed?’: Moja Love’s ‘Isencane Lengane’ back for S4


    During the first episode of season four, viewers of the Moja Love show were fuming after finding out that Thando had failed her grade 12 studies.

    What made many others even angrier was Thando’s father, who did not call her to find out if she had indeed passed when the rumours circulated that she had passed with flying colours.

    As a well-known deadbeat who seems to be trying to make amends, viewers felt that he should have called his daughter when the news broke instead of running with unfounded rumours. However, now that fans know that the teen wife no longer has a phone, they have changed their tune.


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