When Nkuli landed herself behind bars she clearly had no idea just how thing work on the wrong side of freedom. A naïve young girl with a naughty attitude she is fast learning that she may not be as street-smart as she’d hoped.
So clueless she was that she was tricked by Beauty into ratting out her own mother for a burger and fries. The very daughter for whom Mazet risked her life and innocence, fleeing from a maximum security prison, set her up for complete failure.
Back inside, MaZet struggles to face the music after she sees that her own daughter. She also must face the harshest treatment for even trying to break out of prison.
Nkuli is conflicted. How was she to ever know that Beauty was buying her trust with a leftover burger meal and coke?
Can she stay out of trouble? Where to from here? Can she fix things for her mother?