- South African TV viewers continue to support the drama-filled Uyajola99 show
- The show, which is broadcast on Moja Love, is hosted by Jub Jub and exposes cheating partners live on camera
- It has grown exponentially since it was first aired and is sitting at an incredible 2,8 million viewers
Mzansi loves drama and it's evident in what they choose to watch on their TV screens. Moja Love's cheating show Uyajola99 has become the third most-watched show on DStv with 2,8 million viewers.
The show tackles infidelity in relationships and the host Jub Jub finds himself confronting philandering partners.
This is according to entertainment blogger Phil Mphela, who shared the stats on social media. He said that the show retained its record-breaking streak by pulling 2,8-million viewers in the month of June. In May the show had 2.5 million viewers, making it the third most-watched show on DStv.
Social media users shared their thoughts about the show's success. Twitter user TheKingOfSlay said:
"Even some of the local celebs watch it and hardly ever see them tweet about a local show."
"3 mil on DStv. Wow, that’s a big achievement."
"Jub Jub was blessed before birth. God had to teach him a smallanyana lesson by sending him to jail and got him out while still young and fit to continue with his shine."
"Wow, we love drama and Jub Jub also contributes to the show's popularity. He spices things up."
"I have seen a few episodes and I have never seen anything more embarrassing. How do they get people to sign the release forms to show their faces vele? Do they pay them? I can't understand why anyone would do that to themselves?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Jub Jub was 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. In the video you can see them beating a hasty retreat.
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