Generations: The Legacy Actress Manaka Ranaka Exposed!

Actress Manaka Ranaka who plays the role of Lucy Diale on SABC 1 Soapie Generations The Legacy has been busted for snatching her married baby daddy Ntuthuko Mdletshe from another woman Bronwyn Zungu.

Actress Lucy Diale from Generations and Ntuthuko Mdletshe were recently blessed with a baby boy Seni Mdletshe who was born on the 15th of December 2020. However, Manaka is castigated for wrecking another woman’s marriage to score herself a baby daddy who left a single mother of 3 kids to move in with Manaka Ranaka.

Barely 3 years ago, was Manaka Ranaka admiring the Mdletshe (Ntuthuko & Bronwyn) couple on social media. She once commented on an intimate image of the two uploaded more than 2 years ago and described the two as her “Favourite couple.”

It is from that period did the two started having moved towards each other till rapper and actor Ntuthuko Mdletshe dumped ex-wife Bronwyn Zungu for a love entanglement with the grandmother of 1 Manaka Ranaka.
Generations: The Legacy Actress Manaka Ranaka Exposed!
Generations: The Legacy Actress Manaka Ranaka Exposed!
According to a source who was close to the Mdletshe couple, Ntuthuko & Bronwyn have been happily married up until Manaka Ranaka arrived into the scene.

“She was cunning and tricky in her approach, she befriends the couple who become celebrity struck and let her in their lives, a few years down the line Ntuthu started being abusive towards his wife the rest is history. I can confirm that Bronwyn was deeply hurt but she has ever since moved on.

Durban born actor Ntuthuko Mdeletshe made his TV debut on yesteryear SABC 1 drama series This is where he played the role of Mandla Khumalo. The rapper, actor and extreme sports enthusiast was advised to study to become a project manager but wanted to be in entertainment.

“I wanted to do drama. I did drama at school. I hung out with the drama kids and I was working at a recording studio and I started making music. I plan to launch a career in music and own a record company one day.

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