- The last episode of this season's Uyajola 9/9 aired on Moja Love on Sunday night
- Jub Jub and his crew served Mzansi with yet another epic show that saw him go for a forced night swim
- Jub Jub trended on social media after one of the man they were investigating decided to push him into a swimming pool
Jub Jub was sent for a night swim during the season finale of Uyajola 9/9 on Sunday night. Many viewers of the show took to social media to share their views on Jub Jub's safety after one of the man they were investigating pushed him into the swimming pool. Some people found the scene funny but more were concerned about the star's safety.
The epic TV show busts cheaters but Jub Jub and his crew sometimes have to risk their lives to shoot some of the show's episodes. Last night's episode proved just how dangerous the star's job is.
Viewers of the show took to Twitter and Instagram to praise him for his bravery and doing a stellar job. Check out some of the comments below:
"Jub Jub goes swimming."
"Yho tonight was epic!!! It was like watching a horror movie with the coloureds, we thank God for your safety. Keep doing your best, we love you."
"I clap hands for you brother, you made it though, it was hectic. Find more bouncers please on your coming show. Ngiyakuvuma uyenzile from your first day until today. I so wish you were going to be at Somizi's place (Dinner at Somizi's) this week. Be safe my brother, I adore you and your bouncers."
"If 'It will end in tears' was a person."
"Enjoyed!! But really worried about your safety. Good job though!!"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C's fans took to social media to voice their anger after his album Zulu Man With Some Power was leaked a few hours before he officially dropped it on Friday, 28 August.
According to the rapper's fans, the much-anticipated album was leaked online by a notorious website before the star officially released it. The website is popular for leaking projects that have not been officially released.
The hashtag #ZuluManWithSomePower trended on Twitter after the Durban-born artist dropped the hot project. While some fans shared their excitement about the album finally dropping, some called for the controversial website to be banned. One of the star's fans @amogelangmolai said:
"Fakaza must be stopped, at least let the album drop first aowa."
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