Jub Jub’s apologies has elicited diverse reactions in Mzansi.

Jub Jub’s apologies has elicited diverse reactions in Mzansi.

Molemo Katleho Maarohanye aka Jub Jub, a South African media celebrity, found himself in deep water after making disparaging remarks about his ex-girlfriends Kelly Khumalo and Amanda du Pont.
The chickens came home to roost for the Uyajola 9/9 anchor, who was accused of rape by Amanda du Pont and several other women soon after the interview.
He also got into issues with his supervisors at Moja Love, who demanded an apology from him to Kelly. This comes after he earlier expressed regret to Amanda. He has now issued an apology, but the majority of South Africans are skeptical.
While some people commended Jub Jub for finally apologising to the mother of his child for accusing her of using witchcraft and muthi, others slammed the apology as fake and insincere.
A number of people have headed to Twitter where they shared their thoughts on the apology not in which Jub Jub explains that he is truly sorry and hopes to be given the opportunity to develop a relationship with his son.
The TV presenter and musician also shared that he plans on making things right with Kelly privately and asked for South Africans to please give him some space and time.

Here’s what people have had to say:

@Boitumelofela95 said:

“He is only apologizing to save his job anyone who watched the MacG podcast could see how he has never respected her. Calling her a witch was just worse.”

@NgemaMasiya said:

“Not Jub Jub humiliating Kelly on a public platform with the intentions to sway the public against her and when his mission fails he comes out with a lousy apology.”

@felix_mothemane said:

“It doesn’t matter whether Jub Jub’s apology is genuine or not what’s important is that he admitted his wrongs. Society won’t move forward if we’re going to question everything.”