JubJub ends quietness - an incongruity.
South African ex-convict Molemo Katlego Maarohanyane also called "Jub" is once more confronting tremendously genuine charges related with assault and actual maltreatment. From one lady, yet three ladies have come out. Two of these ladies are known media character, Amanda Du-pont and Masechaba Khumalo, then, at that point, the third lady is his cousin.
The other two ladies came out after Amanda Du-Pont posted a video and encouraged each lady who has been attacked or mishandled by Jub before or presently to come out.
Knowing Jub's loquacious nature, most presumably, everybody was anticipating that he should have spoken at this point. Be that as it may, he has not ended his quiet. It is entirely unexpected of his person and noticeably loquacious character for him to be quiet up to now.
As this is a public matter, the country is quietly hanging tight for him to react. Regardless of whether through his legal advisor or without anyone else. Notwithstanding, Molemo Katlego Maarohanyane has since been quiet.
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