Musician, Dr Malinga, has released a new track which is inspired by Moja Love’s hit reality TV show, Uyajola. Also featuring in the video is presenter, Jub Jub Maarohanye and it’s about having a side piece.
Malinga posted the short video clip promoting the song, Uyajola 9/9 on social media late on Sunday night.
In the video, Dr Malinga calls a men’s conference and says women will be joining it this year. He also raises a point about a “problem” called Jub Jub.
Dr Malinga sings: “There’s a man bothering us. He’s got a sweet name. His name is Jub Jub.”
The musician is also seen carrying a Linga’s atchar bucket, in reference to one of the first episodes of the reality TV show, which featured a woman who was allegedly cheating on her partner while claiming to be selling atchar to a neighbour.
Check out the video clip below:
According to TshisaLive, Mlainga spoke to the publication saying after watching the show, he knew he wanted Jub Jub on the track.
He described the track as a tongue-in-cheek look at cheating and a call for people who are cheating to “be left in peace”.
“It is about me talking to my people and telling them that we are dating, and they are also dating. So leave us alone, because we are all dating and cheaters must be left in peace,” explained Malinga.
He also explained that the atchar in the video was just a joke, but promised to help those who are having troubles with partners who suspiciously “sell” atchar to their neighbours.
“You never know, Dr Malinga can sort you out. If you have someone who has too much mango, you must come to me,” joked the musician.
Meanwhile a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub had his fans worried. The #Uyajola host announced that he will be going after a few actors and musicians who are accused of cheating. Jub Jub is certainly taking the show to new levels.
Fans of the TV show Uyajola adore its host, Jub Jub, and are now fearing for his safety. He announced that he'll be going after several celebs and it could result in quite the scandal.
TimesLIVE reported that Jub Jub said in a video posted on social media that no one is safe, not even musicians or actors.
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