Molemo "Jub Jub" Maarohanye finally swallowed his pride and apologised to the mother of his son, Kelly Khumalo.
South Africans wake up to another thing they were not expecting to happen soon.Apparently Jub Jub has decided to write an apology letter to Kelly Khumalo for everything he said while on a podcast with Mac G.Jub Jub revealed what Kelly Khumalo used to do and that she allegedly uses muthi to get men.The statement Jub Jub made during the interview with Mac G did not sit well with Kelly Khumalo and also South Africans were not pleased.
Now Jub Jub has decided to apologise but South Africans believe he is only doing it to save his job at Uyajola 9/9 (MojaLove).
The apology letter is heartbreaking and other wish Kelly Khumalo can forgive Jub Jub for the sake of their son.Jub Jub plans to make things right between him and the mother of his son, Kelly Khumalo which South Africans believe it happens.
Check out the apology letter below.
Source: Official Jub Jub
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