Somizi Mhlongo calls JubJub regarding Uyajola 9/9’s female bodyguard

Somizi Mhlongo calls JubJub regarding Uyajola 9/9’s female bodyguard

- Uyajola9/9 has recently been shaded hard for the level of violence the show produces so they got a female bodyguard to keep the women in check

- Somizi was wowed, the female bodyguard gave him life and he needed to let JubJub know

- So he called JubJub up and let him know that he is all for the female bodyguard and feels it’s the perfect addition

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Somizi Mhlongo felt the need to let Uyajola 9/9’s JubJub know that he is all about the female bodyguard they hired.

Mzansi reality TV shows can sometimes leave you feeling all kinds of shook, especially Uyajola 9/9.

Briefly.co.za reported on the female bodyguard who was hired by the show after the drama between women on the show got a tad out of hand.

Uyajola 9/9 has recently been shaded hard for the level of violence the show screens and entertains, so they decided to put some much-needed measures in place. Like a female bodyguard, you know.

After having come across the new addition, Somizi was wowed. The female bodyguard gave him life and he needed to let JubJub know.

Somizi called JubJub up and let him know that he is all for the female bodyguard and feels she’s the perfect addition to the already very interesting and entertaining show.

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Taking to social media, Somizi let his fans know about his and JubJub’s conversation. Somizi can’t get enough of Uyajola 9/9’s female bodyguard.

“I had to video call jubjub to tell him how impressed about him getting a female bodyguard and finally hitting the gates suburban areas......#uyajola99”

In other news, Somizi Mhlongo felt a bit sentimental as SA celebrated 10 years since it hosted the unforgettable Soccer World Cup.

Mzansi is a country where its people feel everything as one – patriotism runs strong in our veins.

Not many knew what an impactful and memorable time the 2010 Soccer World Cup was for Somizi as he was responsible for choreographing for the opening and closing World Cup ceremonies.

Taking to social media, Somizi shared his feels. The opportunity changed Somizi’s life and gave him the recognition he deserved, silencing those who never believed in him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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