Jub Jub's vocation is in a vertical direction and he is relentless! The host of one of the country's most questionable shows Uyajolala 9/9, has been taking supervisor actions of late and he is coming for everything.
Despite the fact that Uyajola 9/9 in some cases annoys individuals via online media, the show has been progressing nicely. As per Phil Mphela, with 1.5-million watchers for a scene that circulated on 26 September at 21:30, Uyajola 9/9 holds its best position as DSTV's most-watched show. The unscripted TV drama has now outperformed one of DSTV's shows Gomora, as it is currently the second most-watched show in the country. Congrats to the group.
Jub Jub has additionally uncovered that he will before long be delivering the greatest summer hit named Inumba Numba. He uncovered this on his Instagram page and fans can't trust that the track will drop on 29 September 2019.
His last music discharge was Ndikhokhele remix and it highlighted the heavyweights of the South African music industry including Benjamin Dube, Nathi and Dr. Rebecca Malope, Lebo Sekgobela, Mlindo The Vocalist, Tkinzy, Judith Sephuma, and the newcomers, Blaq Diamond.
During press instructions, Jub uncovered that all the returns produced using the track will go towards that load of families that were influenced by the shocking mishap he caused back in 2010.
In the wake of dropping the record. The majority of his fans concurred that the melody was a moment banger. As much as tweeps were moved by the motion from the You Promised To Marry Me, have, they felt that the declaration could've been made through his online media.
This has been an extraordinary year for Jub. He has been buckling down to secure the pack and we are hanging around for it. Albeit in 2020 he almost lost his life after he got the destructive Covid. Taking to his Instagram account this year, he said he had the most obliterating experience of his life.
"In 2020, November, I was in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha). I was shooting You Promised To Marry Me. I had the most crushing experience of my life, I never figured I would go through that. So in 2020 I got f*cked up by Covid-19. Furthermore, you folks saw me and after that began pondering ukuthi why have I lost such a lot of weight."
"The truth is I never thought ukuthi izong'bamba [that I would get infected] however in my work that I should satisfy South African in, I got it. Also, when I got it I was closed down for a decent fourteen days. With me being closed down for quite some time, I was going through a lot of hardship! I was going through some serious hardship and it wasn't awesome of times by any stretch of the imagination," he said on his Instagram Live.
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