Uyajola 99 Presenter Jub Jub’s New Song Ndikhokhele Gets Number 1 Spot On iTunes
Television host and singer Jub Jub has continued to prove that not all people with bad history can be totally written off. He released the the remake of “Ndikhokhele” and the fans can’t get enough of it. Earlier this week, Jub Jub held a press conference to announce that he recorded a remix of the song Ndikhokhele with some of Mzansi’s great artists.
Under the Hashtag of Jub Jub And The Greats, Ndikhokhele features Pastor Benjamin Dube, Dr Rebecca Malope, Judith Sephuma, Mlindo The Vocalist, Blaq Diamond, Lebo Sekgobela, Nathi Mankayi and Nigeria singer, T’kinzy.
Jub Jub also announced that the proceeds from the song will go to the families of the children who were killed while he was drag racing. The accident happened while he was drag racing in the streets of Soweto with his friend, 10 years ago and ploughed into 6 teenagers on the roadside.
The accident resulted in the deaths of four of the children, while two were left critically injured.
He admitted that he is still living with the scars from his actions
“I will never, no matter what, be able to erase (what happened) or try and buy a family … it can’t happen, but I’m living with these scars every single day,” the proceeds of the song will go to the families of everyone who was impacted in 2010.”
Jub Jub was prohibited to be in contact with the families of the accident victims, due to his parole conditions.
While the singer courted people’s wrath at the time of the crime, it seems his attempts to show that he is now a changed person, haven’t gone unnoticed as most people have begun to warm up to him again.
He expressed his thanks to South Africa for forgiving him.
“I would like to thank South Africa for being a forgiving nation,” said Jub Jub,“