- Jub Jub has come out to slam the Jaziel Brothers for giving him the cold shoulder
- The duo refused to feature in the Ndikhokhele Remix after they were in the original
- They are not the first artists to shun Jub Jub as Samthing Soweto allegedly did something similar
Jub Jub has blasted the Jaziel Brothers for shunning him on his latest single, Ndikhokhele Remix.
The gospel duo who were in the original song refused to be a part of the remix.
Speaking on Slikour’s Show, Jub Jub called out the duo and said that they were fake.
He also said that he was not afraid to name and shame the other artists who turned their backs on him after he came out of jail.
Jub Jub also pointed out that he was now much more successful than the Jaziel Brothers and they were likely jealous of him.
Slikour and the Uyajola 9/9 host discussed other things from his time in jail to his strained relationship with Kelly Khumalo. Jub Jub quickly shut down talking about the son he shares with the songstress as he said it was a sensitive topic.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that the Ndikhokhele Remix by Jub Jub and various artists has been trending for over 24 hours in Mzansi. Many have agreed that the track is perfect. Others, however, are wondering why Jub Jub didn't feature Samthing Soweto, who is one of the hottest local talents at the moment. It seems Jub Jub tried but the singer declined to work with him.
Answering a fan on Instagram, Jub Jub revealed that he approached Samthing Soweto, but was rejected.
Instagram user seipenoreeditse said:
"Please include Samthing Soweto, please please!"
To which Jub Jub responded:
"I tried but he didn't want to work with me."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mlindo The Vocalist and Nathi owned their verses in the Ndikhokhele Remix. Mlindo has hinted at dropping a new song with Nathi after seeing all the love they received online.
Taking to social media Mlindo made it known that he considering working with Nathi on his next project, a prospect that left his fans beyond excited. Hearing the two gorgeous voices would be what Mzansi needs to salvage what has been a very bizarre year.
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