Uyajola 9/9 presenter Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye can write a whole book about his ordeals while in jail which he has confessed that it has since left him hurt and traumatised.
The star who was convicted of culpable homicide for the death of four children in December 2012 had spent quite a few years in jail. The singer and presenter opened up on life behind bars as he was interviewed by Silkour.
He said the first means of surviving in prison was having money and family support and he experienced such. Surviving in the prison ain’t easy, despite that, he managed to create jobs and feed people in the prison.
What kind of jobs did Jub Jub create behind bars? Well, he had battled with trust issues which drove him to create a food tasting job for someone meaning he had hired someone to taste his food before eating, as it might be poisoned. After tasting, he says he pays the person.
Another important key to stay alive in prison was having someone to always watch your back. He mentioned the importance of “affiliation”. He said it will help in keeping one protected from the dangers and bad guys in prison. Eish, such an awful experience we glad that he’s now out and doing something positive with his life.
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