Love And Light To Jojo Robinson And Her Family


Love And Light To Jojo Robinson And Her Family

Messages of condolences have been pouring in for the Real Housewives Of Durban (RHODurban) star Jojo Robinson. The reality TV star is mourning the passing of her father-in-law.


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Taking to Instagram, Jojo said the Robinson family has lost a hero and a glue that kept them together. Fans have since sent their love and support to Jojo and her family during this difficult time.

Meanwhile, Jojo has been dragged on Twitter following another drama-filled episode of RHODurban this week. Fans are calling her, Annie, and Londie London out for ganging up on Nonku.

@Simply_rarang tweeted, “Annie, Jojo, and Londie in one picture. I can’t respect women who recruit other women to hate on another woman. Nonku must keep that “I don’t give a f*ck” attitude🤜🏼#RHODurban,”


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Responding to the backlash on her IG stories, Jojo made a video explaining that what viewers see on TV is not real. She said they all love and get along with each other.

“I just want to address one thing, and then I will never address it again,” she started off her rant addressing people who said she does not take her Zulu classes seriously.

She continued, “when it comes to all of the women, I’ve seen comments about all these beautiful women like you really are seeing such a small part of them, so please try and be gracious, and you have to remember if we give drama it’s a problem, and if we don’t give drama it’s a problem…”

Speaking about Nonku she said, “I love Nonku by the way. I am obsessed with that woman. I will share the behind the scene fan stuff that you don’t get to see on the show.”

Nonku has also previously addressed people who judge her based on what they see on TV. “The 20% of my life that people see on screens think entitles them to make judgments and conclusions about my life is beyond me and their level of reasoning. I can only conclude this by saying it’s a reflection of who they are and how they perceive themselves.”

The reality TV star and businesswoman said she was tired of all the cyberbullying she has been subjected to since she joined the show.

“I have a voice and as long as I have breath in my body I will never stop speaking and saying enough is enough…enough of cyberbullying, and people thinking they are entitled to someone’s life they know nothing about,” she said. However, things have changed for Nonku as she is slowly becoming viewers’ favourate. Read More: RHODurban Fans Give Nonku Her Flowers

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