- Jub Jub and his show You Promised To Marry Me trended on social media after he delivered yet another spicy episode on Sunday night
- A woman told Jub Jub that her boyfriend promised to marry her in 2014 but that has not happened until today
- The viewers of You Promised To Marry Me have taken to Twitter to share their reactions to the latest episode
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Jub Jub served Mzansi with another spicy You Promised To Marry Me episode on Sunday night. The star and his crew visited the family of a man who promised to marry his bae in 2014 but they are still not married until today.
Nandipha, who was dressed in a full wedding dress, told Jub Jub that she has been Mandela's girlfriend for the past nine years. Nandipha expressed that Mandela "bought the ring" in 2014 but she is still waiting to walk down the aisle. In one of the hilarious footages doing the rounds on social media, Nandipha tells Mandela:
"I said sit down and marry me now."
The viewers of the saucy show, about people who were promised marriage but ended up not getting married, have taken to social media to share their reactions to the latest episode. Check out some of their views below:
"'Mq*ndu ka Jub Jub' I heard that loud and clear. Yhooo, our parents have no shame."
"I didn't watch the show but judging from the tweets, yey Xhosas are lit."
"Mandela looks like he is still 24 years old."
"#jubjub always makes my Sunday."
"Mandela is actually a living legend."
"Where do guys get these women? My God!"
"I'd like to take this moment to thank the Xhosa nation for always giving us episodes worth watching."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee has been accused of pushing people close to him to inherit his beefs. Social media users have suggested that the Roll Up hitmaker doesn't want people associated with his record label Emtee Records to work with artists from his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment.
Emtee's new signee Flash Ikumkani was recently asked by a fan what happened to his song Intaka with Ambitiouz Entertainment signee Snymaan. Flash said he "cancelled" that song.
Emtee was quick to tell Flash that he doesn't "love" people who work with his haters. The star has been beefing with Ambitiouz ever since he left them last year. He wants his awards and royalties dating back to 2015 from the controversial record label. Emtee told Flash:
"No love for people who chose to be with the opps."
Tweeps were quick to assume that the rapper pushes people close to him to fight his battles.
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