JOHANNESBURG – Hip hop artist Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye has spoken for the first time since being released on parole, saying that prison sharpened his character and broke him down.Jub Jub; born 29 June 1980) is a South African hip hop artist, convicted of culpable homicide for the death of four children in December 2012. He is the son of Jackie Maarohanye. Jub Jub currently hosts the hit reality showHe served his term and returned to society a changed man with a dedicated mind of growing his brand.
Jub Jub landed a role on being the host of one of the shows for Moja Love, Uyajola 9/9 and he captured the hearts of many. He has the streets taking almost every week because of his hosting skills.
Although the show has landed the personality a few haters, Jub Jub, however, has no time for those hating on him as he is hard at work exposing cheaters.
Jub Jub was born and raised in Soweto, Orlando East.
Jub Jub was named Molemo Maarohanye. He was raised by both his parents in a family of five.
After finishing his Primary Studies, Jub Jub got a scholarship to go study in the United States.
This is Jub Jub’s biography.
Maarohanye and his friend Themba Tshabalala killed four children in an accident when they were drag racing near a school in 2010.
The two have been released on parole after serving four years in jail.
“At times I found it hard to cope, prison is not good for anybody,” Maarohanye said on SABC’s Morning Live on Thursday morning, performing his new song Ke Kopa Tshwarelo, meaning ‘I am asking for forgiveness’.
The award-winning singer made sure that even in lockdown her son had a good day, with a celebration at home with his sister Thingo and herself.
Kelly shared on Instagram, snaps of the days and wished Christian a happy birthday.
“Happy Birthday to the most Amazing, kind and thoughtful man in my life ChristianKhwezi. Mommy loves you to the moon and back,” wrote Kelly.