- Molemo "Jub Jub" Maarohanye has spoken out following multiple allegations of rape and sexual assault
- Actress Amanda Du Pont this week opened up about the abuse she faced in her two-year relationship with the rapper and more women have since come forward
- The rapper has denied the accusations and has served his accusers with charges of crimen injuria and defamation of character
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Following multiple rape and sexual assault allegations made against Molemo "Jub Jub" Maarohanye, the rapper and TV presenter is speaking out.
He's demanding that his accusers, including former partner Amanda Du Pont and radio presenter Masechaba Khumalo, retract their allegations of rape and sexual assault.
He's also laying charges of crimen injuria and defamation of character against the women, The South African reports.
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Jub Jub faces rape case after Amamda Du-Pont and 3 other women lawyer up
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that Amanda Du-Pont has opened a case accusing Molemo Maarohanye (Jub Jub) of raping her.
Following Amanda's emotional video on Instagram in which she opened up about her experiences with Jub Jub. This resulted in more women coming forward.
The women have banded together with Amanda's rape case and are jointly taking the hip hop artist to court according to SABC News.
The lawyer representing Amanda has said that Jub Jub has not contacted them and they would prefer that it stayed that way until proceedings have been completed.
The lawyer confirmed that besides Amanda, three other women have come forward with rape allegations against Jub Jub.
"Do better": Minnie Dlamini speaks out, criticises Mac G & Jub Jub podcast
In more on this story, Briefly News also reported that actress Minnie Dlamini has added her voice to the Mac G and Jub Jub conversation.
Heading to her Twitter account, the businesswoman called the podcast "degrading" and urged Mzansi to do better for its woman.
She went on to share that she wished she never even watched the controversial interview and said that both Mac G and Jub Jub should be ashamed of themselves.
Check out some of the social media reactions to Minnie's strongly-worded post:
"Aibo there was nothing wrong with what MacG said! Smashing is smashing and if you got smashed you got smashed! There was everything wrong with Jub Jub saying he smashed when he allegedly raped!"
"Yeah the language was very degrading."
"I doubt Channel O will give them a second season on their channel."
@sandracelokuhle difference between "Siyabhebhana" and "Ngimbhebhile".... Think!!! Jub Jub said "I smashed her" as far as I'm concerned you smash glass, better yet objects not a human being."
"This was it for me. Who talks about women like that and thinks it’s funny."
Source: Briefly News