Jub Jub says 'Uyajola' taught him about impact of cheating on families

Jub Jub says 'Uyajola' taught him about impact of cheating on families

While not everyone is excited about the drama about to hit Mzansi screens with the new show Uyajola, its presenter, Jub Jub, says working on it has taught him how cheating affects families.

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Mzansi is getting ready for a new TV show that is promising a lot of drama and chaos, and most South Africans can't wait.

There are some people who fear Uyajola will do more damage than good, and hope the show won't air.

But TimesLIVE reports the show is about to hit screens this weekend on Moja Love.

Despite the mixed reaction to the show, musician Jub Jub says he actually learned from working on it.

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Jub Jub admits the show is not meant for the fainthearted. He added that the show deals with real people's lives and their pain.

"As you can imagine, doing a show like this takes a lot of courage as you are dealing with people's lives and their pain on a daily basis.
"I'm telling you, it's not for the fainthearted. But just like Uthando Noxolo [his other reality show on Moja Love], I am proud to be associated with SA content that sheds light on real issues SA people are dealing with."

Briefly.co.za gathered that Jub Jub said he realised just how cheating can affect the families of people who cheat.

"Through my journey of shooting this show, meeting and engaging people from different backgrounds, I realised the depth that cheating has on families, but more especially and closer to my heart the impact that it has on innocent children."

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Jub Jub says that infidelity is part of the issues that people face in real life.

"There is no doubt that cheating and infidelity are social ills that are wreaking havoc in SA communities, therefore my quest with this show is to shed light on the impact infidelity has on all affected individuals."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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