According to two of his former employees, Uyajola host Jub Jub owes them R20 000 in unpaid salaries. The men, who were Jub Jub's bodyguards, decided to go public in a bid to get their money.
According to a report by ZAlebs, Jub Jub, the host of popular TV show Uyajola, owes two of his former bodyguards R20 000 in unpaid salaries.
The celeb is accused of not paying the two men and now they're airing his dirty laundry in an attempt to get him to cough up their money.
Recently, Sunday World ran a story about the two men, who were identified as Tumi Masite and Larash Base.
Briefly.co.za was unable to get clarity on whether the men claim Jub Jub owes each of the men R20 000 or if the amount is what is owed to them together.
On top of this, the men made some other claims that don't put Jub Jub in a positive light.
According to the disgruntled men, they were let go after refusing to 'play games' with him into the small hours of the morning.
The men also said he was so scared of being attacked they were instructed to watch his door while he was in the loo.
Jub Jub isn't impressed with the allegations made against him and said he won't even entertain them. According to him, jealousy is behind the claims.
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