Since being released from prison, the former rapper turned popular tv personality, Jub Jub has managed to steer his once disastrous life into a success. Many doubted that he would ever make it this far, let alone be a household name after his release but he did exactly that.
Since his remarkable comeback to the entertainment industry, Jub Jub has managed to host one of the most popular shows in the country. Uyajola 9/9 is a local spin-off of America’s, Cheaters, which aired on Moja Love every Sunday but since the show’s last episode last weekend, the controversial rapper/media personality has decided to bring us “You Promised To Marry Me”.
Twitter personality, Tumi Sole warned Tweeps about the drama-filled show a few days ago, then just before the premiere, Lasizwe reminded fans to not miss out on the drama.
You see him at your gate or in your neighborhood, shut the doors pic.twitter.com/f3mkB2dYKm
— Tumi Sole (@tumisole) September 5, 2020
“You Promised To Marry Me” is about women who are sick and tired of waiting for their chance to walk down the aisle and women who never got to experience the wedding of their dreams because their man never delivered or their dream wedding all because the fiance decided otherwise.
Its time for #YouPromisedToMarryMe ! RT if you’re watching
— Lasizwe (@lasizwe) September 6, 2020
— H.A.N (@Sima_monkey) September 6, 2020
Tjo voices singing the wedding song son the background I’m loving them #youpromisedtomarryme
— somizi somGAGA (@somizi) September 6, 2020
Even the poor bride-to-be that went to the show to seek marriage was humiliated and laughed at by her own brides-maids. If there is anything to learn from the show it is that you shouldn’t embarrass yourself or your family to that extent just for the sake of getting married.
In other news – Actress Thandeka Mdeliswa has died #RIPThandekaMdeliswa
News of the 27-year-old’s death was confirmed on Saturday and according to the statement, she died at Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria where she had been transferred after being moved from hospital to hospital. Learn more