Jub Jub Releases ‘Forgiveness’ Song After Being Released From Jail On Parole

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Rapper Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye has released a forgiveness song following his release from jail on parole.

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He and Themba Tshabalala were convicted in 2012 for crashing their cars into a group of school children in 2010. The accident left four boys dead and two others seriously injured.

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It was widely reported in December that the disgraced musician, who has served half of his eight-year jail sentence is eligible for parole early in January.

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Correctional services reportedly said on Thursday that the pair will serve the remainder of their sentences under correctional supervision.

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Jub Jub ‘assaults’ girlfriend during weekend home visit:

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In December‚ the Department of Correctional Services launched an investigation into claims that Maarohanye allegedly assaulted his girlfriend while on a weekend visit home.

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According to Sunday World‚ Vanessa Mgcina opened an assault case against Jub Jub‚ claiming that he had “strangled” her with “both hands” during an alleged altercation at the rapper’s house in Naturena‚ Johannesburg on December 2.

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However‚ the case of assault was withdrawn.

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Jub Jub has now released his first song since being released from prison on parole‚ pleading with the nation for forgiveness.

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According to Drum‚ the troubled rapper wrote an apology song entitled Ke Kopa Tshwarelo (Please forgive me) while in prison and offered their journalists a listen to it.

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A song by the same name found its way online hours after Jub Jub was released on parole on Thursday morning and features jazz singer Tsepo Tshola.

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