Xhosa Men’s Association sends strong warning to Jub Jub
The Xhosa Men’s Association has issued a stern warning to Jub Jub, host of the South African reality show Uyajola 9/9, telling him to stop chasing them with his cameras and banning him from the Eastern Cape.
Jub Jub, whose real name is Molemo Maarohanye, recently listed the hot spots for cheating in South Africa, but the Xhosa Men’s Association is not intimidated. Ayabonga Kekana, the association’s spokesperson, has told Jub Jub to stay away from the Eastern Cape and leave them alone.
WHO ARE THE XHOSA MEN?
The Xhosa Men’s Association is a fictional group created by Ayabonga Kekana, a journalist and content creator who has gained popularity for his hilarious videos featuring the association. In an interview with Drum earlier this year, Kekana said he works for the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and talks to spokespeople every day, which gave him the idea to create the Xhosa Men’s Association.
Kekana said the association started as a joke in 2020 after the Katlego Maboe scandal. The Xhosa Men’s Association pokes fun at stereotypes about Xhosa men and the way they handle relationships.
In the interview, Kekana said, “Xhosa men are a special kind of men and not everyone can understand us. I like to think of women like Dora The Explorer, always looking to find things out or investigate things, so you cannot just tell them everything all at once.”
KEKANA WARNS JUB JUB TO STAY AWAY FROM THE EASTERN CAPE
Jub Jub recently sent a warning to his fans, telling them to avoid people from the Eastern Cape, specifically East London and Port Elizabeth, because they “will show you flames”. In response, Ayabonga Kekana sent a video message to Jub Jub, telling him to stay away from the Eastern Cape and stop chasing Xhosa men with his cameras.
Kekana reminded Jub Jub that the Eastern Cape is the home of legends like Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki, and that the University of Fort Hare has produced great leaders. He also said that Jub Jub should stop filming Xhosa men’s extramarital affairs and that the Xhosa Men’s Association has banned him from the Eastern Cape.
Kekana warned Jub Jub that if he enters the province, the association will “sort him out”. It is unclear what Kekana means by “sort him out”, but his statement has been interpreted by some as a threat of violence.
REACTION TO THE XHOSA MEN’S ASSOCIATION
The Xhosa Men’s Association has become a popular meme on social media in South Africa, with many people finding the videos hilarious. However, some have criticized the association for perpetuating harmful stereotypes about Xhosa men.
The association has also been criticized for its response to Jub Jub. Some have accused Kekana of taking the joke too far and using it as a platform to make threats. Others have said that the Xhosa Men’s Association should not be taken seriously, as it is a fictional group.
JUB JUB’S UYAJOLA 9/9
Uyajola 9/9 is a reality show that exposes infidelity in relationships. The show has been controversial since its inception, with some accusing it of promoting toxic masculinity and invading people’s privacy.
The association’s stern warning to Jub Jub comes after he listed the top cheating hot spots in South Africa during an episode of Uyajola 9/9. While many people were shaken up by the revelations, the Xhosa Men’s Association seemed unfazed and resolute in their stance.
It is important to note that the Xhosa Men’s Association is a fictitious group created by Ayabonga Kekana, who is a journalist and content creator. The association originally started as a joke in 2020 after the Katlego Maboe scandal, but has gained a significant following due to its humorous take on Xhosa culture.
In his response to Jub Jub, Kekana emphasized the importance of respecting the people and culture of the Eastern Cape. He also pointed out the region’s rich history of producing great leaders and icons, including former Presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki.
Kekana’s message to Jub Jub is a bold one, as the television host has gained a reputation for his confrontational approach to exposing infidelity on his show. However, Kekana and the Xhosa Men’s Association are not alone in their criticism of Uyajola 9/9 and its host.
In 2019, the South African National Civic Organization (SANCO) called for the cancellation of the show, citing concerns about its impact on families and communities. SANCO spokesperson Jabu Mahlangu stated that the show “violates people’s privacy and dignity” and promotes violence and vigilantism.
Despite these criticisms, Uyajola 9/9 remains a popular show in South Africa, with a devoted fanbase and high ratings. It is unclear whether Jub Jub will heed the Xhosa Men’s Association’s warning and refrain from filming in the Eastern Cape.
Regardless of the outcome, this controversy highlights the ongoing debate about the role of reality television in South Africa and its impact on society. While some argue that shows like Uyajola 9/9 provide a valuable service by exposing infidelity and promoting honesty, others believe that they contribute to the breakdown of families and communities by sensationalizing private matters and promoting vigilante justice.
Ultimately, it is up to viewers to decide whether they support shows like Uyajola 9/9 and the methods used by its host to expose infidelity. However, it is clear that the Xhosa Men’s Association and others who have spoken out against the show are committed to upholding the dignity and privacy of all South Africans, and will not hesitate to speak out against any perceived injustices.
Explained: Top 10 Reasons Why People Cheat in Relationships
Cheating is a common occurrence in relationships these days, and it can have devastating effects on both partners involved. Despite the harm it causes, people still cheat. Here are ten reasons why people cheat in relationships.
- Lack of emotional connection
One of the primary reasons people cheat is due to a lack of emotional connection with their partner. They may feel unappreciated or ignored, which can lead them to seek emotional intimacy with someone else.
Another reason people cheat is due to boredom. When a relationship becomes too predictable or routine, some people seek excitement and novelty outside of the relationship.
- Lack of sexual satisfaction
People also cheat when they are not sexually satisfied in their relationship. They may feel like their needs are not being met, and seek fulfillment elsewhere.
- Low self-esteem
Low self-esteem can also lead people to cheat. They may seek validation or attention from someone else to boost their self-esteem and feel better about themselves.
Sometimes people cheat as an act of revenge. If they feel betrayed or wronged by their partner, they may cheat to get back at them.
Curiosity can also be a factor in cheating. Some people may want to explore other options or see what it’s like to be with someone else.
- Alcohol and drugs
Substance abuse can also lead people to cheat. When under the influence of alcohol or drugs, people may make poor decisions and engage in behaviors they wouldn’t normally consider.
Opportunity is another reason people cheat. When presented with a tempting opportunity, some people may act on it without considering the consequences.
- Fear of commitment
Some people cheat because they are afraid of commitment. They may feel trapped or suffocated in a relationship, and seek freedom and independence through infidelity.
- Lack of communication
Finally, a lack of communication can also lead to cheating. When partners don’t communicate effectively, they may not be aware of each other’s needs and desires, which can lead to dissatisfaction and ultimately cheating.
People cheat in relationships for a variety of reasons. While there is no excuse for infidelity, understanding the root causes can help couples address and prevent cheating in their relationships. Effective communication, emotional connection, and mutual respect are all key ingredients in a healthy and faithful relationship.