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Here is how Tau Mogale will exit #GenerationsTheLegacy

Rapulana Seiphemo

Here is how Tau Mogale will exit #GenerationsTheLegacy

Prepare your popcorns, tissues, and hot-chocolates for how Tau will exit Generations: The Legacy. The long wait is finally over and the time has finally come to bid farewell to one of the Generations‘ longest characters on the show. We’ve been patiently waiting to see how Rapulana Seiphemo’s character will leave the show since he joined The Queen as Hector Sebata.Rapulana Seiphemo2

Generation fans were hoping that Rapulana Seiphemo wouldn’t exit the show for fear of him being chopped on The Queen and also because people are not connecting to his character on The Queen. There’s been a lot of criticism regarding his role on The Queen since he joined. His relationship with his daughter’s Thando and Mpho Sebata has been called mediocre compared to his relationship with his Generations daughter; Noble.

We saw Tau getting arrested last night for the murder of Oliko. Tau has always been a family man and would do anything for his daughter and his baby-mama; Ayanda. He and Kumkani killed Oliko to protect Ayanda but now that the chickens have come home roost, he has no choice but to take the fall.

This is how he’ll leave the show! Word is, Mfundi Vundla didn’t want to kill his character because he’s hoping for Rapulana’s return on Generations. He’s apparently hoping for things to fall apart for Rapulana so that he can welcome him back with open arms since he knows the Ferguson’s have a terrible reputation.

Tau doesn’t want Nontle to grow up with her mother and since she grew up without him, he’d much rather sacrifice himself for his daughter’s happiness. He and Kumkani usually get away with everything like all the villains on the show. He would’ve gotten away with the murder of Oliko, if he hadn’t joined The Queen. So, we can actually thank The Ferguson’s for Tau’s downfall.


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