- Some fans want Jub Jub to be cancelled for his past crimes even though he has served time for them
- Those fans are not impressed that Jub Jub is being celebrated in the country for his contribution to the TV industry
- Some of Jub Jub's fans defended the Uyajola 9/9 and You Promised To Marry Me presenter
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Jub Jub is one of the most celebrated entertainers in Mzansi currently. The star has been doing well for himself since he became the presenter of Uyajola 9/9 and You Promised To Marry Me.
His name always trends on Sunday nights because of the epic Moja Love shows. Most of his fans are glued to TV when these shows are airing and they make sure that they post about them on social media.
But, not everyone in Mzansi is happy that the media personality is doing well because of his past crimes. There are those social media users who always remind his fans about his past and want him cancelled.
Just the other day, the star trended when some peeps dragged him about his contribution to the untimely passing of four innocent lives. Even though he served his sentence for his past crimes, some tweeps want the star cancelled.
Some of his fans came to his defence and expressed that they hate "cancel culture". @BoniBoiSA commented:
"I hate cancel culture. It's a sentence you serve even after doing time. It's like declaring someone dead while they're alive. I'm not a fan of Jub Jub, but leave him alone. There are people who haven't even had their day in court but y'all support them."
"Yekani Umona guys, Jub Jub went to a rehabilitation center for his action now his back and integrating with society in a positive way, if onale trauma eya therapy."
Jub Jub knows is also aware that some people in the country want him cancelled and he usually throw shade at their direction. He recently posted on Instagram:
"No weapon formed against me shall prosper."
Check out some of the reactions from his fans below:
"If I were you I would have just kept quiet and enjoy the second chance."
"Yes, let them form those weapons but hey I'm glad you know they won't prosper."
"Preach @official_jubjub, after tears blessings keep coming."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the viewers of You Promised To Marry Me watched an episode of the show where there was less drama and a happy ending about two weeks ago. Jub Jub did his things on that episode that aired on Sunday night, 27 September.
The presenter finally managed to convince a couple to get married in front of the cameras of the popular show. The star even got a chance to walk the bride down the aisle. During the other episodes, Jub Jub was either chased away or he was not able to solve the featured couple's problems.
The show is about people, mostly women, who were promised marriage a long time ago but ended up not getting married. The viewers of the saucy show took to social media using the hashtag #YouPromisedToMarryMe to share mixed reactions to the wedding. Some tweeps took to Twitter to praise Jub Jub for a job well done.
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