- Duncan has lashed out against Uyajola 9/9's Jub Jub for constantly adding fuel to situations that are already tense on the show
- Unfortunately for Duncan, this is the exact type of presenting style that Jub Jub is loved for, so it's unlikely the star will switch it up any time soon
- Jub Jub helps scorned lovers confront their cheating partners on the popular show, and the confrontations often turn violent too
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Jub Jub is well-known and well-loved for being a controversial figure who brings the drama every Sunday on Moja Love's Uyajola 9/9.
However, not everyone appreciates Jub Jub's feisty approach to presenting the show where cheaters are exposed and confronted.
Musician Duncan recently said that he wasn't happy with how Jub Jub kept flaming an already tense situation.
Even though the cheater had apologised, Jub Jub kept coming for his neck and Duncan wasn't impressed.
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The rapper took to Twitter to vent his frustrations.
He wrote, "But Jub Jub (is) bitter. Le outie iyazisola iyalibona iphutha layo but yena ulokhu efaka upetrol emlilweni (This gent sees the error of his ways and is sorry, but Jub Jub keeps adding petrol to the fire)."
Jub Jub's style is exactly what most viewers prefer, however, and it's been proven with the complaints that follow when other presenters front the show.
When Moss Makwate presented the show, some peeps accused him of being a bit too diplomatic, which they said made the show a tad boring.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported DJ Zinhle has joined the growing list of celebrities who are opening up about financial woes.
The muso took to social media to slam companies who want her to do gigs for free.
The Umlilo hit-maker revealed that she has not had an income for three months due to the pandemic.
DJ Zinhle took to social media to slam certain companies who asked her to perform for free during the lockdown.
She said that not only was that a risk to her health, but she has also not received an income since the lockdown started over three months ago.
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