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Social Media drag Jub Jub into Lady Zamar drama

Mzansi has been left with a lot of thinking to do after musician Lady Zamar opened up about facing cyberbullying in a lengthy post where she asked Twitter users whether they want her to end her own life. The songstress has faced backlash on social media ever since she accused her ex-boyfriend Sjava of s.e.xually assaulting her.

In a bid to stick up for the singer, one social media user has dragged former Uyajola 99 host Jub Jub into the matter.

Lady Zamar

Almost all of South Africa has been discussing Lady Zamar and her plight for cyberbullying to end.

The singer begged people to leave her alone after she continually faced backlash from fans of local musician Sjava who she accused of rape a few years ago.

“Do you want me to kill myself, do you want me to die, be murdered, go to jail to make you guys happy… do you guys want me to stop making music or publicly cry so you can see how I actually feel about what happened to me?” she partly wrote in a lengthy tweet.

jub jub

The tweet has gone viral on social media and has left many discussing “cancel culture”.

Taking to Twitter, one app user pointed out how media personality Jub Jub continues to garner online support despite the fact that he was also accused of rape and is a former convict.

“Jub Jub is a murderer, and a rapists Yet he gets to work on national tv while many call out Lady Zamar to be cancelled for accusing Sjava of rape 😳 He killed children while under drugs influence yet We South Africans forgave him but Lady Zamar must Kill herself to be forgiven,” wrote the app user.

While some agreed that Lady Zamar deserves a break, not everyone thinks so.

“Jub jub served his time. Made a huge public apology and even made a track that made money for those families to show his remorse. Lastly even that one rape is false accusations, no evidence,” one person wrote in defence of Jub Jub.


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