1.5-million viewers: Uyajola99 number 1 show on DStv

1.5-million viewers: Uyajola99 number 1 show on DStv

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Jub Jub’s career is on an upward trajectory and he is unstoppable! The host of one of the country’s most controversial shows Uyajolala 9/9, has been making boss moves lately and he is coming for everything.

Even though Uyajola 9/9 sometimes rubs people the wrong way on social media, the show has been doing well. According to Phil Mphela, with 1.5-million viewers for an episode that aired on 26 September at 21:30, Uyajola 9/9 retains its top spot as DSTV’s most-watched show. The reality show has now surpassed one of DSTV’s shows Gomora, as it is now the second most-watched show in the country. Congratulations to the team.

Jub Jub has also revealed that he will soon be releasing the biggest summer hit titled Inumba Numba. He revealed this on his Instagram page and fans cannot wait for the track to drop on 29 September 2019.

His last music release was Ndikhokhele remix and it featured the heavyweights of the South African music industry including Benjamin Dube, Nathi and Dr Rebecca Malope, Lebo Sekgobela, Mlindo The Vocalist, Tkinzy, Judith Sephuma and the new kids on the block, Blaq Diamond.

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During a press briefing, Jub Jub revealed that all the proceeds made from the track will go towards all those families that were affected by the tragic accident he caused back in 2010.

After dropping the record. Most of his fans agreed that the song was an instant banger. As much as tweeps were touched by the gesture from the You Promised To Marry Me, host, they felt that the announcement could’ve been made through his social media.

This has been great year for Jub Jub. He has been working hard to secure the bag and we are here for it. Although in 2020 he nearly lost his life after he contracted the deadly coronavirus. Taking to his Instagram account this year, he said he had the most devastating experience of his life.

“In 2020, November, I was in Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha). I was shooting You Promised To Marry Me. I had the most devastating experience of my life, I never thought I would go through that. So in 2020 I got f*cked up by Covid-19. And you guys saw me and after that started wondering ukuthi why have I lost so much weight.”

“The fact of the matter is I never thought ukuthi izong’bamba [that I would get infected] but in my job that I’m supposed to make South African happy in, I got it. And when I got it I was shut down for a good two weeks. With me being shut down for two weeks, I was going through HELL! I was going through hell and it wasn’t the best of times at all,” he said on his Instagram Live.