Moja Love’s Uyajola 9/9 Has Black Twitter Arguing Over Who Cheats More Between Men And Women

Moja Love’s Uyajola 9/9 Has Black Twitter Arguing Over Who Cheats More Between Men And Women. Moja Love just released a new show that was packed with a lot of action.

Moja Love just released a new show that was packed with a lot of action. The channel released it highly anticipated show called Uyajola 9/9 yesterday. The show featured a whole lot of drama from the first two episodes.

In the first episode, Laticia was suspecting that her fiancé, Victor, was cheating on her. When Jub Jub and the team did a bit of research they found out that the man was cheating on her with her sister. The man was found in restaurant with the sister. He justified his infidelity by saying that he thought the sister was really beautiful on one day and the cheating started. However, the tweeps loved the fact that Jub Jub and Laticia called the sister’s boyfriend and told him to come to the eatery.

One tweep says that this is the type of content she signed up for. One tweep says, “Two cheaters are being exposed today. Laticia called her younger cousin’s boyfriend, messy! This is the content I signed up for.” One tweeps says, “So Jub Jub called the girl’s boyfriend…I’m entertained guys!” Social media influencer, Karabo Mokgokgo also said the situation was messy, she also says that guy was really stressed.

Most of the tweeps were focused on the second episode. In the second episode, Voice was suspecting that his wife was perhaps cheating on him because she always came home late. The wife is a lady that sells atchara to the people around their area. When Jub Jub and his team investigated, they found out that she was cheating on the husband with the next door neighbour.

Tweeps were amazed that the Voice didn’t know that his first son was not his but his neighbour’s. Most tweeps were in stitches because they could see the similarity between the neighbour and the child. One tweep says, “Themba looks like the neighbor (neighbour).” One tweep says, “These People Look Alike, It’s Really His Child Aniboni Vele (You Really Can’t See)?” One tweep says the people involved couldn’t see that the first born is similar to the next door neighbour. The tweep says, “Guys Mara. The Couldn’t Do The Maths Vele… Bayafanu Labantu (These people look the same), Fa Fe Fi Fo Fu.”

Some of the tweeps say that women are better cheaters than men. One tweep says the episode shows that women are pros at this type of game. The tweep says, “This episode is proof that women are professional cheaters…if it wasn’t for Jub Jub this lady was going to sell atchar till death.” One tweep says that men get caught quicker than women when cheating. The tweep says, “Men we cheat 1 week and get caught…Women cheat millions (of) years and Never get caught even once.”

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by Alexandra Ramaite