A new TV show has caught the viral wave in South Africa. Jub-Jub is the host of Uyajola 9/9, a reality show that mimics the popular US-hit TV series, Cheaters.
As reported by IOL News, the new show has been trending on social media since it first aired on the newly-launched Moja Love channel on Sunday.
What is Uyajola 9/9 about?
Much like its inspiration, Uyajola 9/9 follows the host, Jub-Jub, as he assists frustrated men and women with suspicions about their partners.
It’s Jub-Jub’s duty to ascertain whether this is true or not. After an investigation is conducted, which involves tailing the suspected partner and using investigative measures such as spying and bugging certain locations the suspect frequents, the concerned partner is then presented with the evidence.
More likely than not, the outcome of the investigation will be that the partner’s concerns were valid. The major sell in the show is the drama that follows.
Jub-Jub leads the partner to confront the cheater in the midst of his or her extra-marital activities. The shocked and bewildered cheater is then crowded by the cameraman, the host and his or her concerned partner.
This interaction often ends up in violence.
Highlights of Jub-Jub’s pilot episode
The pilot of the show was a two-episode feature. The first part involved two sisters caught up in a love triangle, with one of them unknowingly pregnant with the cheating boyfriend’s child.
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The second part featured a woman who was busted by her partner at the house of her lover.
According to the partner she’d lied about her whereabouts, claiming that she was out selling archar when in fact, she was with her lover who turns out to be the biological father of their first-born child.
Uyajola 9/9 airs every Sunday from 21:00 on DStv, channel 157.
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