Jub Jub, took to social media to enlighten people about his experience with COVID-19. The reality show host engaged with fans on an Instagram live and he later shared it on his feed and captioned it – “COVID ain’t a JOKE pls take care of yourself.”dikhokhele hit-maker and Ujola 9/9 reality show host, Molemo Maarohanye better known to South Africans as
And COVID-19 seems to be taking its toll, and society has been hit with the reality of the deadly virus as it’s no longer statistics now, but individuals namely known to them have experienced what it is like to have the virus and some have sadly succumbed to it.
As an introduction to his Instagram Live, Jub Jub recalls a time in November 2020, when he contracted the virus. The reality show host reveals that this occurred in Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape), on a set while recording an up-and-coming reality show – You Promise To Marry Me, showcased on Moja Love. Jub Jub speaks on the concerns that came from individuals questioning his weight loss.
The Ndikhokhele hit-maker recollects the split seconds that registered to him that he might have contracted the virus, as he stated he began overheating, having shivers, and struggling to breathe, of which these are the be-known COVID-19 symptoms. The star continues to mention that he had been extremely cautious in all aspects when it came down to the environments where they worked at.
In the prolonged video, he continues to mention that he did not encounter any assistance from a clinic he had visited. The star states that he made a decision to keep his situation a secret to the country at the time, as he knew many would be shattered to learn of his condition.
Watch Jub Jub’s COVID-19 Experience Below:
View this post on Instagram
The star continues to warn individuals about how deadly this virus is. The recorded statistics have risen to 28 000 a day therefore, people should start taking COVID-19 seriously. Individuals that have only experienced the virus will understand the depth of it all.
Jub Jub concludes with a statement that people are surely taking this virus moderately. Individuals are responsible to ensure COVID-19 does not continue to spread.