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‘Date for real’: ‘Skeem Saam’ fans on ‘PreHasa’ off-screen video

‘Skeem Saam’ Fans Speculate Real-Life Romance for ‘PreHasa’ Duo Cedric Fourie and Lerato Marabe

Fans of SABC1’s popular soapie “Skeem Saam” are buzzing with excitement as they speculate whether the on-screen chemistry between actors Cedric Fourie and Lerato Marabe, who play the characters Lehasa and Pretty (known as ‘PreHasa’), could be translating into a real-life romance.

The speculation was triggered by a behind-the-scenes video shared by Cedric Fourie on his social media accounts. In the 12-second clip, Fourie and Marabe can be seen interacting off-screen, with Fourie playfully captioning it, “Get you an on-screen wifey who reignites your energy levels during a hectic day at work.”


The video quickly went viral, amassing over 1 million views on various platforms, and fans couldn’t help but express their hopes that the on-screen couple Pretty Seakamela and Lehasa Maphosa would reconcile on the show, following their split a few months ago.

On social media, viewers shared their thoughts and speculations:

  • @DDT_PM: “I don’t believe they haven’t seen each other outside of the set. The chemistry is unmatched.”
  • @Yoli_Que: “Body fluids have been exchanged here and on countless occasions.”
  • @DineoGenie: “I want you guys to date in real life hle (please).”

  • @mamporos345: “You are telling us the mystery man who will come for Pretty’s rescue it’s you.”
  • @emily_teffoME: “My problem is the current script is working against PreHasa.”
  • @elinawitbooi: “I can’t believe something that has nothing to do with me and is fiction can lift my mood so much.”
  • @kagisobw: “Baya jola in real life kanti (They are dating in real life?).”

As fans eagerly await developments on the show, the behind-the-scenes glimpse into the camaraderie between Cedric Fourie and Lerato Marabe has sparked a wave of excitement and intrigue both on and off-screen. The ‘PreHasa’ duo’s on-screen chemistry appears to be leaving a lasting impression on the audience, creating a sense of connection beyond the fictional world of “Skeem Saam.”

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