#TeenagePregnancy | Social media reacts to latest episode

Moja Love’s third episode of Teenage Pregnancy had tongues wagging on Tuesday evening.

The soon-to-be teen moms’ documentary reality series follows three youngsters, Ntando, Zanele and Amo, into their journey of pregnancy and issues around family and friends.

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Zanele, who claims to be impregnated by Smanga, was accompanied by her family. However, Smanga’s family was not as welcoming.

One of his relatives mentioned they would need a paternity test after the birth of the child. His guardian revealed she did not think she could afford to feed an extra mouth. She was already taking care of 17 people.

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Social media users expressed their disappointment at the family as some felt the family did not want their son to be held responsible for the pregnancy.

Teenage Pregnancy premiered on February 1. It will document the months leading up to them giving birth, and how they prepare emotionally and financially, whilst juggling life as teenagers.

By Yoliswa Khumalo

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