Jub Jub has rocked the nation with his latest controversial interview. His aim was to share his side of multiple stories and clear his name in the public eye. But we bet he didn’t foresee disastrous consequences following his interview, as the rapper has just lost his job because of it.
Moja Love, the channel that hosts Jub Jub’s show Uyajola 9/9, has released a statement distancing itself from him. First, they denied playing any part in his interview on Podcast and Chill with MacG, avoiding culpability for any statements he made thereon.
They then proceeded to strongly state that they do not condone gender based violence. Following the backlash surrounding the rapper’s interview, they will be suspending him from his duties as the host of the investigative show.
The announcement has been met with a lot of mixed reactions on social media. Some tweeps feel strongly that the suspension is not enough for someone accused of crimes of such magnitude. They think he should be fired directly. They believe what he has shown is a pattern, because this is not the first time he is accused of gender based violence and sexual assault.
STATEMENT FROM MOJA LOVE
Jub Jub conducted an interview on Podcast and Chill with MacG, which aired on Channel O yesterday, in his personal capacity. Moja Love was not part of the editorial of that interview and is not associated with the content thereof. 1/2
— MojaLoveTv DStv Channel 157 (@MojaLoveTv) December 2, 2021
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