Moshe Ndiki is set to take over the reins on Jub-Jub’s popular show, “You Promised To Marry Me,” for the upcoming episode. And thinking about it, who else could have been a better fit for the show.
The Moja Love popular is usually hosted by rapper turned face of the channel, Jub-Jub. But it seems that Jub Jub has decided to take a break from being a host, and has decided to focus his attention on reviving his musical aspirations.
His first single in a long time is the “Ndikhokhele Remix,” featuring Benjamin Dube, Lebo Sekgobela, Mlindo the Vocalist, Nathi and Dr Rebecca Malope and many more. The original single was Jub Jub’s most popular single before the incident that is better left in the past.
But with Jub Jub having taken hiatus from presenting, Moja Love has opted to replace him with Moshe Ndiki. Moshe shared the trailer for the upcoming episode and it seems that Moshe will do what he does best when tasked with holding a show; producing moments that will live long after the show is over.
In the trailer shared, Moshe is tasked with helping another woman to get her man, or ex-man, to marry her. Even the short trailer already delivers moments. The first is Moshe popping open the champagne even before they have received a verdict on whether the man will say yes. The second moment comes during the confrontation when Moshe full-heartedly sides with the woman helping in screaming the man into a marriage.
The choice of Moshe is a perfect fit for the show. If there was anyone that could empathize with women asking men to marry them is Moshe. Not to say he forced his own marriage; but because there is no one else that we can think of that knows how to recover from a tumultuous time in relationship, and come out flourishing on the other side. Therefore, Moshe is perfect to talk women off the edge, or join them as they jump off all in the name of love.
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