- TK Nciza is a former record label owner who has been in the entertainment industry and worked with artists for decades
- He might have just let it slip that the super-popular Moja Love show, Uyajola 9/9, is actually scripted
- TK made the comment in response to a social media user who was upset at seeing one of the show's participants being man-handled by security
TK Nciza has come out and let viewers know that he suspects the hugely popular Moja Love show, Uyajola 9/9, is fake. TK did this after peeps complained about a man being man-handled by the show's security personnel.
A viewer called Jabu Mahlangu posted the video on his Instagram page.
He wrote, "I did ask last week, 'Is this allowed in SA?' How would you feel if one of your family members was man-handled like this?"
Many other viewers echoed Jabu's sentiments. They called out the show for perpetuating violence and invading people's privacy. It was at this point that TK let the cat out of the bag and announced that the show is fake.
“This show is fake. Never. Even the vulnerable have family who can protect them. It’s acting, all of this. Generally, we can’t allow such violent conduct. It’s very wrong,” he said.
Uyajola 9/9 has been getting wilder and wilder with each passing episode. Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub received a lot of backlash for barging into a cheater's house unannounced. Even Boity Thulo, who loves Uyajola 9/9, commented that Jub Jub could at least have knocked first.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Itu Khune is absolutely smitten with his adorable six-month-old daughter.
The Kaizer Chiefs goalie also enjoys showing his little princess off on social media. Itu is definitely a super-proud dad and husband.
The star is certainly in his element when he's in the roles of daddy and hubby. He recently posted a cute video of his little girl bouncing around on her bed.
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