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Jub Jub Fumes, Threatens Legal War Against Moja Love For Unpaid Jan. Salary

"A business of this magnitude, such as that of the broadcaster, Moja Love, cannot be run as spaza shop, it’s unprofessional, unethical, and completely abhorrent."

Jub Jub Fumes, Threatens Legal War Against Moja Love For Unpaid Jan. Salary - SurgeZirc SA
Jub Jub Fumes, Threatens Legal War Against Moja Love For Unpaid Jan. Salary.

Jub Jub is currently fuming and threatening to unleash a legal war against his employer Moja Love if they continue to hold his monthly salary which his legal representative has described as “unprofessional”.

According to reports, the TV channel decided to punish the Uyajola 9/9 hosts for violating its anti-gender-based violence policy.

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“The CEO is a proponent of anti-gender-based violence and abhors the abuse of women and children.

“He felt Jub Jub should be punished severely as that would serve as a deterrent to would-be transgressors of the company’s policy,” said the channel’s executive.

It was also reported that the channel is considering terminating the rapper’s contract before the official date of March 2023.

However, the rapper has approached the authorities of the company through his legal squad … demanding that his January salary be paid to him.

The musician demanded his January salary through his lawyers, Baloyi-Ntsako Attorneys, who wrote, “Quite shockingly and to his detriment, he informs us that to date he has not received his monthly salary for January 2023.

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“…and attempts to inquire were met with aggressive non-committal responses from both yourself as the CEO and the broadcaster legal adviser, one Advocate Nandi Ndaba,” reads the letter in part.

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Jub Jub’s lawyers threaten to take the channel to court for ill-treating their client, “A business of this magnitude, such as that of the broadcaster, Moja Love, cannot be run as spaza shop, it’s unprofessional, unethical, and completely abhorrent.

“It is our informed and considered opinion that the treatment you are subjecting our client under, inclusive of non-payment of his salary is unfair, unlawful, wrongful conduct and inhumane.”

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