- Jub Jub is always on the prowl, looking to expose cheating partners on Uyajola99
- His latest adventure took place at a taxi rank and things took a nasty turn when taxi drivers threatened the former rapper
- Jub Jub and his TV crew were seen making a quick exit to avoid a nasty confrontation with the angry men
Jub Jub is trending once again but for a very different reason than usual. The man who is known for busting cheaters landed himself in hot water recently. While working on an episode of Uyajola99, the host and his team were threatened with a beating from very angry taxi drivers.
The rapper and the Uyajola99 crew were going to confront a cheater at a taxi rank near Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg. In a clip from the show, Jub Jub can be seen quickly leaving the scene after an altercation with a few taxi drivers. The clip was filmed by a spectator who could be heard jeering and laughing.
He was warned that he will get hurt if he keeps involving himself in other people's relationships. Social media users also weighed in on the lit footage. One social media user said that Jub Jub will learn that the taxi rank is not a play ground. Twitter user aey_dear said:
"#Uyajola99Sundays Jub Jub handled that taxi rank situation in a mature way. That is true character of good presenter, let's appreciate him."
"Jub Jub has a liver yaz. Taxi rank. BRAVERY! #Uyajola99Sundays"
"Jub Jub what were you thinking going to a taxi rank, even Mbalula the Minister of Transport said andizi!"
"#Uyajola99Sundays I can bet you R5 000 Jub jub will never go back to a taxi rank after this episode."
"Taxi rank? Jub Jub is gonna get catch a stray one day."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that fans are worried about Jub Jub after he said that he would be exposing cheating celebs and other big names. Many were worried about his safety. The hit show Uyajola99 focuses on exposing cheating partners live on camera and has taken Mzansi viewers by storm.
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