In one of Sunday’s episodes, cheating lover Jahman was lifted up by Jub Jub‘s bodyguards following his retaliation after he was caught cheating.
As hilarious as this scene was – many of the show’s viewers are concerned about some of the methods used by the controversial reality show. Some fans are even asking if it’s even legal to invade people’s personal spaces and handle them in such a degrading manner.
Check out some of the reactions about the incident from fans on social media.
— King_DieHard👑🇿🇦 (@Seafeesow_Sushi) August 2, 2020
— Gumani Tahulela (@Gumani_Tahulela) August 3, 2020
— NATHIE G (@nathie_83) August 3, 2020
— Ced’ M (@cedrick_mphulo) August 2, 2020
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) August 2, 2020
— MaThabethe ❤️ (@Zee6strings) July 26, 2020
Uyajola, which first aired in 2019 is described as: Disgruntled lovers, who suspect their partner is cheating, are assisted with investigating their fears and confronting their partner.
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Enhle is currently in an ongoing R4 million divorce settlement battle with her estranged husband Black Coffee. She also wants Coffee to pay a monthly maintenance fee of more than R100 000, which is combined with child support. An insider told the publication that Enhle is also seeking compensation for her medical expenses. continue reading