Remember last week Zalebs reported that Jub Jub was dominating Tik Tok? Well, it appears that his run is continuing. Skeem Saam actor Clement Maosa and actress Lerato Marabe to take part in the viral challenge, but they added their twist.
Even Jub Jub uploaded it to his social media.
Maosa has been in a cheerful mood since yesterday as it also marked the second birthday of his baby boy. He penned a heartfelt message on social media.
To Zalebs surprise, Jub Jub hasn't uploaded the trailer to the episode that is set to feature tomorrow. Last week's episode, which is still trending, saw him confront a man who was not ashamed of his cheating ways. He claimed that he was a polygamist.
His girlfriend had contacted the show as she was tired of her partner's cheating ways. "I called Uyajola 9/9 because I have a problem with my baby daddy". Said the woman.
After some investigations, he was caught red-handed at the ATM withdrawing money for his side chick and all hell broke loose.
"Brother let me explain to you. We are Zulu Men. We flirt with women and we also take more than one wife". Said the cheating man.
Also known as Molemo, Jub Jub has completely turned his life around since he got released from prison. He played a hand in making Moja Love one of the most watched TV channels in South Africa. His show, Uyajola 9/9 is currently the most watched on DStv and continues to break records week in and week out.
Checkout the Skeem Saam actors challenge: https://www.tiktok.com/trending?referer_url=https%3A%2F%2Fzalebs.com%2F&referer_video_id=7006231396381445377&refer=embed
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