As we wrap up the year of 2020, we take a closer look into the life and world of someone who has gone through some trials and tribulations and has still managed to rise above them after facing the necessary fire that was put in place. Coming back from prison, this person has made what we may all refer to as the biggest comeback anyone has ever had nor has anyone seem, and he puts it all on God.
Jub Jub has been a household name for decades, a superstar back then, and a superstar even now. After being imprisoned for some years, the artist made a return to our screens with his popular show, Uyajola 99, which received both love and hate. The haters know themselves. As Slikour sits down with him for an interview, Jub Jub speaks on how he survived prison, and the sacrifices he has made to be where he is right now. He also speaks of the traumas of prison, as well as living with the scars of what he did on a daily basis. Recently making a musical comeback, Jub Jub touches on the successful release of his hit single "Ndikhokhele," and why the initial producers of the first version of the song, the Jaziel Brothers, did not make it to the remix.
As we all count our blessings and list all that we are grateful for, Jub Jub for one, is highly favoured, and his story is testament to this. You don't want to miss out on this OnLife Radio Christmas Special with Jub Jub;