Pretty Talks Of Her Onscreen Romance With Lehasa

Many people have been inspired by Pretty and Lehasa’s on-screen romance. Their love story has brought tears to the eyes of hopeless romantics and has made many viewers believe in love once more.

In the second season of the educational drama Skeem Saam, the two fell in love.

Pretty, who was in a relationship at the time, traveled to Johannesburg to see her friend Eunice, who was studying at the time.

She and Lehasa fell in love the moment they laid eyes on each other. Their affair lasted about a week before her current partner, Kat Peterson, became suspicious and went to fetch Pretty, along with Kwaito and Tbose.

They suspected Lehasa of taking advantage of Pretty, only to discover that the two were having an affair.

When Pretty returned to Turfloop, she revealed that she was pregnant, but Lehasa had already moved on.

She told Lehasa about the pregnancy, which turned cold until she had her abortion.

When Khwezi, Lehasa’s baby mama, was away, the two rekindled their love and reconnected. She reappeared unexpectedly, stabbing Lehasa and attempting to kill Pretty, bringing the two closer together.

Despite their toxic love in recent weeks, Pretty and Lehasa’s relationship has changed since Khwezi moved in with them. Let’s see how their relationship changes now that she’s moved out.

Lerato Marabe (Pretty on Skeem Saam) talked to Metro FM last week about working with Cedric Fourie (Lehasa Maphosa).

Cedric, according to Lerato, is very cool and professional.

“He is a cool gent and very professional. He doesn’t make me feel uncomfortable. Even when we have scenes where we have to be intimate, he’ll talk me through. It and ask me what am I comfortable with.”

Marabe, who has been part and parcel of Skeem Saam since the very beginning got into the entertainment industry at a very young age.

“The very first thing I did was the Omo Ad and the very first big thing was Takalane Sesame. I played the character of Tshidi. I was the very very last Tshidi.”

The actress, who. Didn’t study acting says she’s learning as she goes through her journey on television. Her love for the arts stems way back.

“When my mom tells me when I was younger I used to imitate the weather lady. She says even with adverts I’d sing along.”

Lerato is also a big petrolhead. Her brother introduced her to cars.

“This started when my brother first introduced me to Yizo Yizo. He is my biggest influence. He loves vintage cars.

“I remember when Chester was in the car with Tizza and he was explaining how they hijack cars. That’s where it all started for me and I fell in love with the car.

“I don’t really like the 325 now. I like the 333 now. Right. Now also love. The 650i, that’s where the name Bubesi comes from.”

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