Jub Jub To Donate Ndikhokhele Remix Proceeds To Families Of Killed Car Accident Victims. Since his release in 2017 on parole from his culpable homicide conviction sentence in 2012, rapper and television host Molemo ‘Jub Jub’ Maarohanye has publicly addressed the issue and is going a step further to show his never ending remorse.
Maarohanye and his friends were drag racing on Mdlalose Street in Protea Glen in 2010, when they accidentally crashed into six teenage schoolboys who were walking back home from school. Out of the six victims, four of them passed away and two were critically injured.
During the conference which was hosted on Soweto TV and his official Instagram account, the Uyajola host once again thanked Mzansi for giving him a second chance as well as those who had his back while he was doing his time.
The rapper also announced that he has gotten together with some of Mzansi’s heavy weight musicians said to include the likes of Pastor Benjamin Dube, Dr Rebecca Malope, Judith Sephuma, Blaq Diamond, Mlindo the Vocalist and more to feature in the remake of his 2006 hit single, “Ndikhokhele.”
He further stated that he will in no way be able to erase what happened on the fateful day however, he will attempt to right his wrongs starting off by donating all the proceeds of the song to the families of everyone who was impacted by the accident.
He also mentioned that his home channel Moja Love will also be making a generous donation towards the families.
By Sinakho Mandla