Life After Jail: The Future Of Jub Jub’s Music Career

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After spending four years behind bars, the future of Jub Jub’s music career has been the talk of social media town with fans calling on Mabala Noise to sign him.

Consequently, a report has emerged on how the record label has agreed to strike a deal with Jub Jub. According to a source, the label is willing to negotiate with the singer on signing him on.

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Apparently, rapper Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye is also excited about this as an insider who works for the label, said Jub Jub was interested in penning a deal to bring his music career back to life.

The source added that though the label has shown enthusiasm towards reviving Jub Jub’s music career, measures have to be taken to ensure that the rapper’s bail conditions are not violated. The decision has to be the right for both parties involved considering the looming circumstances.

We are yet to get confirmation to these claims from Mabala Noise.



Jub Jub was recently released from prison after serving four years of his eight year sentence. The rapper and his friend Themba Tshabalala were convicted of culpable homicide for crashing their cars into a group of school children in 2010. The fatal accident left four kids dead and two others with damaged brains.

After the Department of Correctional Services said that they had served the required four years of their eight-year sentences. the pair got out of jail on parole on January 5.

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Shortly after his release, Jub Jub collaborated with Tshepo Tshola on a song in which he asks the country for forgiveness. In the song, entitled Ke Kopa Tshwarelo (Please Forgive Me), Jub Jub spoke about being misled by the “good life”, calling on the nation to please forgive him for his mistakes.

The song which was published on YouTube a few hours after his release proved to be a huge success. Within five days of its release, it got more than 350,000 views, making it one of the biggest songs in SA on YouTube.

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