- Kuli Roberts has shared her thoughts about some in Mzansi wanting to cancel Jub Jub
- The Queen actress said that Jub Jub is an evil person and that she would one day give her reasons why
- Mzansi social media users were curious about what the media personality knew that would make her say that
Kuli Roberts has weighed in on the debate about Jub Jub. Some social media users have been calling on him to get cancelled due to his criminal past. Kuli Roberts seems to also think that the rapper does not deserve a second chance.
Taking to social media, Kuli expressed her thoughts about Jub Jub. She responded to a viral tweet about the media personality saying:
"One day I will tell you about Jub whatever he calls himself. What rehabilitation? Ukhohlakele ingathi uyabhatalwa extra (he is evil like he gets paid extra)."
The actress said that Jub Jub was evil and that one day she would explain why she was saying that.
Social media users wanted more answers from Kuli but she did not elaborate any further. Twitter user KRooderik said:
"Can't wait to hear this, you say @official_jubjub ukhohlakele?"
"Ukhohlakeke ingathi he was wronged. The freaking irony."
"Since you’re not ready to talk, you shouldn’t have tweeted to start with. It’s either you talk Magogo or uthula uze ufe. Phola."
"You know it’s Jub Jub. Don't threaten stories here. Tell us."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that 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.
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.
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