Jub Jub has been mandated to apologise to his erstwhile lover, Kelly Khumalo, or let go of his Job.
Moja Love CEO, Aubery Tau ordered his employee in an internal memorandum he sent to senior staffers at the popular channel to seek Kelly’s forgiveness and three more anti-gender-based violence organisations for his faux pas on Mac G’s podcast, where he claimed the singer used charm “muthi” on him.
The memo was leaked to Sunday World by a staff; it reads:
“Molemo should meet the woman organisations and apologise for his hurtful comments – calling Ms. Khumalo a witch and etc. Last year, I suspended Jub Jub with
immediate effect for his wrong and hurtful comments.
“His ill-advised comments have reached the highest level of decision-makers in this industry. He needs to apologise to Ms. Kelly Khumalo and three different organisation for the hurtful comments. He should also undergo sensitivity training.”
“We asked him to take time to reflect and learn about the impact of his comments. The entire Moja Love and Siyaya Organisation stand in solitary with the women.
“He needs to reflect and learn about the impact of his comments. This process should not be wishy-washy, it should be taken seriously because of the comments Jub Jub made and his history. His image has been tainted.
“Television and technology and media people will understand what I’m talking about, as this is serious,” the memo reads.
Jub Jub has a TV show on the channel named, Uyajola 9/9 and it’s one of the most viewed show in South Africa.
The TV personality has gone under the radar for months since he spoke on Mac G’s podcast, which led to confessions by some woman including his ex-lover, Amanda du-Pont, who accused him of raping them. FakazaNews