- A busted cheater did the unthinkable and mentioned Kelly Khumalo to Jub Jub on a recent episode of Uyajola 9/9
- The cheater asked Jub Jub if we had ever interfered in his issues with Kelly Khumalo, much to the shock of fans
- Kelly is Jub Jub's ex-girlfriend and they share a son together
Jub Jub got a serious dose of his own medicine on yesterday's episode of Uyajola 9/9. The controversial presenter was asked quite an uncomfortable question by a busted cheater.
The man, who was upset at being caught red-handed, asked Jub Jub if we had ever interfered in his relationship with Kelly Khumalo. Kelly is Jub Jub's ex and the two do not get along at all.
In the past, Kelly has even mentioned that Jub Jub isn't even needed in their eight-year-old son's life. So, we're sure mentioning her definitely got to Jub Jub. Viewers knew that it was a very deep shot fired and reacted as such.
Uyajola 9/9 is one of the most-watched shows on the DStv platform and brings the drama week after week. Last month, Jub Jub thanked viewers for making the show the 3rd most-watched on DStv.
He also acknowledged the growing support that the black owned channel, Moja Love, has been getting.
Jub Jub said, "I wanna thank you guys for supporting me, I wanna thank you guys for believing in me. The channel I am aligned with, the black-owned channel. I wanna thank you guys for believing in the channel. Last week, we were the 3rd most watched channel in the country with my show beating over 2.5 million viewership."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported Bonang Matheba is set to leave South Africa in 2021.
The media personality recently revealed that she is heading for the States during an interview on Metro FM. There have been many rumours over the years of the starlet moving overseas and it seems she has confirmed them.
Bonang was speaking on the Morning Flava Show. She spoke about her upcoming show, A Very Bonang Year, and also discussed her future plans. The media mogul is said to have received a lot of promising offers in the USA and is willing to explore them.
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