Melusi’s infidelity in Gomora considered as excusable?

Gomorrah has started its new A-storyline, focuses on the affair between Melusi and Thathi who Is currently being tolerated by the viewers of the show.

Mzansi Magic went on Twitter on Monday, July 5, 2021 to share an excerpt from this week’s A-storyline about Gomora, relating to the affair between Melusi, played by Zolisa Xaluva, and Thathi, played by Katlego Thank You , will focus. The plot centers on their burgeoning affair and the closeness they face when discovered by Melusi’s wife Gladys, played by Thembi Seete.

Gomora’s A-storyline is motivated by the death of her son Langa, who was played by Siyabonga Xaba. The intimacy between the two parents is justified as it is portrayed as the two comforting each other after the death of their love child.

As a result, the two shared their first kiss while the episode aired on Monday. The rest of this week’s action is likely to focus on the two trying to deny their feelings for each other before finally succumbing to their feelings and, as suggested by Twitter users, “trying to do a second langa.” What was weird to see, however, is the way in which viewers not only welcomed the plot, but also tolerated it.

The general consensus about infidelity, especially as discourse on social media, is widely frowned upon. However, this tone changed with Gomora’s infidelity. Toleration is not supported as the couple mourn the loss of their son, but is tolerated as it is believed that Thathi is the one who escaped Melusi. The feelings suggest that Gladys was the one Melusi was content with.

Surprisingly, social media users have focused on the fact that Melusi is fortunate enough to finally have a chance to revive his relationship with whoever escaped, rather than discussing the aforementioned phenomenon and its implications in a relationship.

See the post below.

Is that what Melusi meant when he said he would do anything to make the pain go away? 👀 #Gomora

– Mzansi Magic (@Mzansimagic) July 5, 2021

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