Jub Jub, real name is Molemo Maarohanye, the host of the popular reality show ‘Uyajola 9/9’ has sent out a warning to all the revellers of the prestigious annual Vodacom Durban July, to not get caught with their pants down this weekend.
The annual horse race has evolved from being just a sporting event to where the who’s who of the local entertainment industry gather to showcase their style and have a good time.
“There’s nothing funny about infidelity… this is my job, so whether I know you or not, I am coming for you. We all know what we get up to at events such as ‘Durban July’, just make sure you don’t get caught.
He went on to explain that he has already arrived at the coastal city of Durban.
— Jub Jub (@official_jubjub) July 5, 2019
I’m already here, the crew is going…it’s bad! To those celebrities that don’t like me, I don’t like you either, to those who like me, I like them too…it’s about to get lit!,” he said.
Celebrities are in trouble 😂
— Pearl (@AngelaLuks) July 5, 2019
😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 LOL hahaha yes mmata Aker. Do your things man. Clean this country pic.twitter.com/99102WjLfC
— phuti mathobela (@phuti_mathobela) July 5, 2019
Jub Jub and the crew all in Durban… Jozi people, lets use this chance wisely, cheeeeeeesaaaaaa pic.twitter.com/x6RQTyj8xS
— Tshepo (@TallTee6) July 5, 2019
Mzansi is looking forward to #Uyajola99 ‘Durban July’ edition:
I Can’t wait for Durban July episodes kuzoshuba🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/HZtXwHskBC
— Pidge (@gcwanini11) July 5, 2019
Catch #Ujola99, Sunday at 9:30 pm on Moja Love, Dstv channel, 157.
Tweeps are commending Jub Jub for fixing the country and rejoicing that celebs are no exception Jub Jub’s fury.
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