Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye has a new TV gig that will see him helping people expose their cheating partners
Uyajola 9/9, which some have described as South Africa’s version of American reality show Cheaters, is set to air on DStv’s Moja Love channel on May 26.
Like Cheaters, Jub Jub will help people who suspect their partners of cheating discover the truth.
Judging from the teaser trailer, we can expect a lot of drama. Fists fly, tears fall by the bucket load and hearts are broken.
Jub Jub tries to mediate the confrontations, many of which turn ugly.
It’s a good thing the kwaito star is looking buff these days.
The show’s producer Tshidi Maphatsoe says that, while there seems to be some similarities to Cheaters, Uyajola 9/9 has a different format
She told Move! magazine the show will also offer the cheating victims counselling.
No further details have been realised about the show.
Social media users are excited about watching cheaters being exposed on national cheaters.
“We’re getting our very own Cheaters!! I’m excited for the mess but… people could get killed over this,” one Twitter user wrote.
Another added: “Really looking forward to it cause I personally love izindaba zabantu..”
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Jub Jub has been doing well since his release from prison in January 2017.
He hosted a show about forgiveness called Uthando Noxolo last year, which was well received by viewers.
We doubt there will be a lot of forgiveness going on in his new reality show.
The show could become a stable job for the Ndikhokhele hitmaker.
Uyajola 9/9 is expected to run for three years.
You have been warned, cheaters!