- Jub Jub is on a mission to ruffle feather in South Africa through his controversial TV shows
- The media personality is set to host a new show where he pursues people who promised marriage to their partners and never delivered
- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to the news but it was clear that many were not happy
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Jub Jub is fixing the country but not everyone is happy about it. The Uyajola 9/9 host is going to be at the forefront of a new show coming to Moja Love called You Promised To Marry Me.
Although not much details have been shared regarding the show, Mzansi social media users have made their thoughts known about it - they are not happy.
According to reports, the show will be pursuing people who promised to marry their partners but haven't.
Jub Jub is believed to be the host of the show. The media personality currently hosts Uyajola 9/9, a show about exposing cheating partners.
Taking to Twitter, social media users made their concerns known. Twitter user MzansiMemes said:
"Jub Jub has a new show called 'You Promised To Marry Me'!"
"Can't wait to see people confused when Jub Jub shows up, they won't know if he came for #YouPromisedToMarryme or #Uyajola99..."
"I'm writing down a list of all the boys who promised to marry me in high school... It's still a promise!"
"But what will people gain after this? #YouPromisedToMarryMe"
"So Jub Jub is going to force us to marry people we promised to marry in our past. What if I have promised so many ladies? #YouPromisedToMarryMe #Uyajola99Sundays"
"Jub Jub was born angry and bitter. #YouPromisedToMarryMe"
"#YouPromisedToMarryMe I wonder who I'm forgetting on my list..."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that TK Nciza has come out and let viewers know that he suspects the hugely popular Moja Love show, Uyajola 9/9. 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 the show out for perpetuating violence and invading people's privacy. It was at this point that TK supposedly let the cat out of the bag and announced that the show was 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."
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