Week in Week out, a drama always unfold on the Uyajolo99 show. And this past Sunday show was no different. A lady who has not seen her partner for over two years approached the Uyajola99 show to help her investigate if her partner was cheating on her or what.
It is quite clear for everyone that people who appear on the show generally are found to be cheating on their partners. As always, UyThe ajola 9/9 was full of unnecessary drama! On the first episode, the cheating boyfriend was caught with another woman sitting on the back of a car. And the two seemed to be enjoying each other's company, until a lady accompanied by Uyajola99 crew arrived at the scene.
The complainant tried to keep her cool however, as the three started to confront each other, the cheated lady then confronted the other lady. And the cheated lady was seen snatching the lady's weave. And this incident left Mzansi people in stitches. This just showed that sometimes men cheat and find themselves being with women who will bite dust before letting them go.
Now, she won't allow him to go back to his main girlfriend even though she knows very well that he was dating her. He has intentionally put himself in an uncomfortable space where he doesn't even have autonomy over his decisions and action.
South African people took to Twitter to express how this past Sunday show made them feel:
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