DJ Warras is concerned 'Uyajola' might lead to fatal encounters

DJ Warras is concerned 'Uyajola' might lead to fatal encounters

Mzansi is not quite sure what to think of Uyajola - should they enjoy the drama or be worried about it? DJ Warras questions the show and how safe it is for those getting exposed as cheaters.

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DJ Warras is concerned over the safety of cheaters who get exposed on Moja Love's Uyajola.

He's not condoning cheating but feels that it is wrong to use people's personal problems for entertainment.

Since Uyajola's first episodes were aired, Mzansi has reacted very strongly.

While a lot of people were amused and entertained by the chaos that went down on their screens, others were worried about what is yet to come.

Some men even called for an urgent Men's Conference over the matter, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.

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DJ Warras decided to share his opinion - and a warning - on social media. He feels the show is going to lead to people's death.

"This #Uyajola show is going to get people killed. Guaranteed. I know some n*ggas who cheat, and if they are exposed on TV, or if their woman is exposed on TV - well, I wouldn’t want to be Jub Jub. Or the other person."

Check out what else the star had to say:

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TimesLIVE reported that Bokani Moyo, Moja Love's head of production, said the show's aim is to reflect what really happens in South Africa.

"Our main goal is to explore the lived experience of predominantly black South Africans. To provide a mirror to reflect on our realities as a people and give a lens through which we understand life."

She added that the show's crew is given security guards to keep them safe.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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