N preyin ‘ ’ JUB JUB, THE BOYZ AND LOTSA DESPERATE BABES
ON a listless night this week when the mind was saturated with caffeine, moi took a walk down to the swish Hush club in Rosebank, Jozi.
The place was packed with desperate, lonely hearts with empty lives in outfits so revealing they would make a Catholic monk forsake his vows.
And there was Jub Jub and his braids and mama s boy baby looks in a
’ white shirt and brown patent-leather jacket as if he didn t have a care in the
And a pack of gals were gyrating and grinding for his satisfied eyes. Guess he s getting in all the fun he
’ can in case he has to spend some years in a dungeon.
His friend Bafana Bafana striker Katlego Mphela also had girls circling him. Why are young ladies so desperate to be preyed upon?
And there was Kaizer Chiefs former player Thabo Mooki enjoying himself. He s obviously not in mourning for his
’ old playmate, recently departed Thabang Lebese. He and Thabang were once touted as the Terrible Twins for their terrifying
“” defences on the field of play.
But, as they say, people deal with grief in different ways. He seemed to be trying to get hooked up with as many girls as he could, perhaps to bury his in their bosoms.
Milling around were bouncers-cumbodyguards, so it wasn t
’ surprising when Jub Jub s mean
’ look- ing bodyguard was accosted outside. He was led out by large six-foot men who love to throw their immense weight around. Scary.
Pity, all this drama happened in front of innocent-looking and tal- ented footie Koketso Mmotong, who now seems to be part of the Mphela, Mooki and Jub Jub crowd.
And the boys seemed to think they were shooting a rap music video, putting on a show complete with expensive booze, cigars, little stick fireworks that go off in brilliant fashion and video vixens grinding and bumping.
It was a classic case of life imitating art. The boys were out to prey on tender flesh. Just thought I d share
HOT ATTRACTION: Jub Jub was like a spider luring all the phly gals into his web CIRCLED: One wasn’t sure if Katlego Mphela was the hunter or the hunted