Covid Is No Joke: Jub Jub Details His Scary Battle With Deadly Virus

Covid Is No Joke: Jub Jub Details His Scary Battle With Deadly Virus

  • TV presenter Jub Jub has detailed his battle with Covid-19 and how he lost weight due to the coronavirus
  • The Uyajola 9/9 presenter encouraged his fans to take care of themselves amid the alert Level 4 lockdown in order to be safe from the disease
  • The rapper's fans praised him for spreading awareness about the virus and opening up to them about his horrific experience

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Jub Jub has opened up about his battle with Covid-19. The Uyajola 9/9 presenter urged his fans to protect themselves against the virus because it is dangerous.

The rapper took to social media a few days ago and shared his horrific experience with the Rona. He warned Mzansi peeps to stay safe amid alert Level 4 lockdown due to the third wave of infections.

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Jub Jub, battle with Covid-19, lost weight, virus
Jub Jub has detailed his battle with Covid-19. Image: @official_jubjub
Source: Instagram

In a lengthy video he posted on Instagram, Jub Jub revealed that he contracted the disease while filming an episode of You Promised To Marry Me in the Eastern Cape in 2020. He captioned the clip:

"COVID ain't a JOKE pls take care of yourself."

According to TshisaLIVE, Jub Jub said he caught the virus way before the new Delta variant. He said:

"When I got medication, I felt dizzy, like my body was like heating up. And this was before the Delta variant."

The star's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:

sharly_shazz said:

"I told my son gore Jub jub has Covid and he said, 'Mara Mama Jub Jub wa shokisha', and I told him he is a strong someone and he'll get through all this life obstacles he's facing, my son. Be positive Sweet la Sweet."

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jabulisile_shabalala wrote:

"Thank you for sharing your story with us. Those who are wise will listen and be cautious. We shall overcome."

vioralvr commented:

"Thank you so much for spreading the word, we need more celebrities to speak out and encourage our people to take this seriously. Kubi."

mitchellbeautiful wrote:

"Thank you Molemo for this Live. It was very helpful and informative. I was there from the beginning until the end. Facts Only!!! Blessed Sunday to you and your Family."

babo.lele.porchla added:

"Thanks for coming forward and encouraging us, I was there last year December I went through hell. I thought I was dying and it's painful to still see people running around not looking after themselves. People need to take this thing serious and take care. Pity is they're infecting others but let's stay home and be safe that's the solution. Thanks Jubs."

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In related news, Briefly News reported that reality TV star LaConco has revealed that she has defeated Covid-19. The businesswoman took to social media to share that she is one of the millions of South Africans who have been infected with the virus.

Former president Jacob Zuma's baby mama shared that she was grateful after beating the deadly virus. In celebration of conquering the disease, the star spent a day at a spa where she was pampered.

According to ZAlebs, the Real Housewives of Durban star took to Twitter to reveal that she was in self-isolation. LaConco tweeted:

"I have conquered Covid- 19, I’ve never felt so much pain and consumed so much medication in my life! Above all grateful to God, my doctors family and friends. Today I had to spend the day at the spa."

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