- Uyajola 9/9 is reportedly back in production and has started shooting new episodes
- Jub Jub and his crew were spotted filming one of the episodes in Mafikeng
- The spicy show presented by Jub Jub, which busts cheaters, was one of the most-watched shows on Sundays in Mzansi in previous seasons
Cheaters beware! Jub Jub and his Uyajola 9/9 crew have reportedly started shooting new episodes of the spicy reality TV show.
The show sees Jub Jub, his bodyguards and his crew travelling across South Africa trying to bust cheaters and fix broken relationships. The saucy spin-off of America's Cheaters is one of the most-watched shows in Mzansi especially on Sundays.
Jub Jub and the show always trend on social media on Sundays when the show airs on Moja Love. The drama-filled programme has already started filming episodes for the upcoming season.
ZAlebs reports that the show has already started filming in Mafikeng. The viewers of the epic show have been sharing on different social media platforms that they cannot wait for Uyajola to return to their small screens.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub was sent for a night swim during the season finale of Uyajola 9/9 about two months ago. Many viewers of the show took to social media to share their views on Jub Jub's safety after one of the men 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.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub's Ndikhokhele remix recently trended for all the right reasons on social media.
The media personality features musicians such as Dr Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube, Mlindo The Vocalist and Nathi Mankayi, among others, on the dope remake of his classic gospel tune.
Tweeps took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the emotional track after Jub Jub announced that he has dropped its music video on YouTube. The hashtag #NdikhokheleRemix trended at number one on Twitter for a while. Mzansi tweeps discussed the songs lyrics and which artist they thought slayed their verse on the dope track.
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