Furious SA Men call for Jub Jub’s new show to be cancelled, ‘We want to Jola in peace’

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Two episodes in and Mzansi has already had enough of Jub Jub’s new show, Uyajola 9/9.

There were calls to cancel the show before it aired and now that the country has seen the chaos the show brings to families. There is now a petition on Change.org to cancel the show.

At the time of writing, the petition which was started by Kholofelo Masha had 507 signatures.

In the petition, Masha says “This show violates our privacy. It destroys families and lives in general. Sign this petition to have it taken down from our TV”

On the petition’s comment section, Gadifele Kgope said “I don’t want someone’s life to be turned upside down for ratings.

Kgope is not the only one to echo this sentiment. Many others on social media said that the show must be cancelled

Men have also announced an urgent Men’s Conference to discuss the show. National Men’s Conference spokesperson Lesego Maake said that the conference will take place this weekend at the Capital Inn in Pretoria, top of the agenda is Jub Jub.

The show has been a hit. It’s been trending since the first two episodes aired on Sunday. Moja Love’s Head of Marketing Lindiwe Mbonambi said they didn’t realize that the show would be a hit.




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