‘Jub Jub’ in tears as he apol­o­gises to his fans

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Hip hop and rap artist who was re­cently re­leased from prison ex­tended his heart­felt apol­ogy to his fans stat­ing that he did not mean to dis­ap­point them.

He was in tears as he told his fans that he has learnt his les­son and re­grets all his ac­tions which caused pain to many peo­ple es­pe­cially his fans.

Born Molemo Maaro­hanye, ‘Jub Jub’ who spent four years be­hind bars and was re­leased on pa­role early this year, took time dur­ing his per­for­mance which was well re­ceived by his hun­dreds of fans to ad­dress them on the is­sue which kept him and his friend Themba Tsha­bal­ala be­hind bars. “I want to thank all those who sup­port ed dur­ing the most dif­fi­cult time in my life where I spent time in jail which was not a nice ex­pe­ri­ence at all. I also want ex­tend my apolo­gies to my fans and all those who were af­fected by my ac­tions which put me be­hind bars. I apol­o­gise for all the things I did and all you saw and read in the me­dia, I am sorry I did not mean to dis­ap­point you. This is my first time to per­form in KZN since my re­lease from prison and I ap­pre­ci­ate the love and sup­port you have shown for that I love you back and prom­ise more good mu­sic” he said.

Spot­ting a com­pletely new look in all as­pects from weight and hair style, Jub Jub was well re­ceived by his fans who danced and sang along through his per­for­mance. The high­light of his set was when he ren­dered his pop­u­lar song Ndikhokhelwe Bawo which drove him to tears as his fans sang along and ap­pre­ci­ated him.

I also want to ex­tend my apol­o­gise to my fans and all those who were af­fected by my ac­tions which put me be­hind bars.

An apolo­getic Jub-Jub per­forms dur­ing the event.

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