JOHANNESBURG - Media character Molemo "Jub" Maarohanye on Thursday put out a statement of regret to multi-grant winning artist and ex Kelly Khumalo after he had blamed her for utilizing muti in a meeting he did in December last year.
During a digital recording interview, Jub guaranteed that Khumalo, who is the mother of his child, was utilizing muti. Maarohanye likewise asserted that it was Khumalo who prompted him saying a final farewell to entertainer and ex Amanda du Pont. Nonetheless, Du Pont took to web-based media to separate herself from the cases and blamed Maarohanye for assaulting and physically attacking her.
This prompted Maarohanye being suspended by the TV slot, Moja Love, with quick impact.
Recently, City Press announced that the TV station managers gave Maarohanye a final proposal to either apologize to Khumalo or say farewell to his work.
The Ndikhokhele vocalist has since made an announcement, saying 'sorry' to Khumalo for any "trouble, hurt" he "may have caused" after the webcast interview circulated.
"I truly didn't mean for things to arrive between you and I. My remarks were taken outside any connection to the subject at hand, nonetheless, it actually doesn't make it right," the rapper wrote in his extended expression of remorse.
He added that utilizing a public stage was not the way in which he needed to apologize to Khumalo but rather in light of the fact that he's offered the remarks during a public transmission, he considered it right to release a general acknowledgment.
"I'm not at all protecting my activities," Maarohanye said in the expression of remorse, adding that he had a great deal of regard for Khumalo.
Maarohanye likewise approached general society and the media to regard his protection as he "endeavored to make things right with Kelly Khumalo."
The rapper additionally said that he going through awareness classes and that he "was dealing with myself as a person."
Uyajola 9/9" have Molemo "Jub" Maarohanye has released a conciliatory sentiment to artist Kelly Khumalo after he made touchy cases in a meeting.
Keep going year, showing up on "Web recording and Chill" in the last episode of a unique series that saw the digital broadcast circulated on Channel O, Jub asserted that his previous accomplice utilized "muti".
He guaranteed that Amanda du Pont, whom he dated, left him in view of Kelly's muti.
Amanda, in any case, stood up, taking to web-based media to address his comments and hammer him for spreading lies.
In a post and going with Instagram video, she affirmed Jub assaulted and actually manhandled her all through their 2-year relationship.
She said she left him after he attempted to kill her.
"My side - I was assaulted and actually mishandled by Jub. Just thing I fouled up was stay silent. That closures here. GBV is totally unsatisfactory!!
"I won't be openly disparaged by a lawbreaker! Assault isn't crushing!! Time we manage this evil spirit," she said.
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