By Jonk wa Mashamba
During a podcast, Jub Jub stated that Kelly Khumalo, who was his son’s mother, used muti.
And now, the media personality Molemo Maarohanye issued an apology to multi-award-winning singer and ex-girlfriend Khumalo. That was after he accused her of using muti in an interview he did last December.
Maarohanya also alleged that it was Khumalo, who made him break up with actress and ex-girlfriend Amanda du Pont.
However, Du Pont took to social media to distance herself from the claims and accused Maarohanye of raping and sexually assaulting her.
This led to the suspension of Maarohanye by the TV station Moja Love, with immediate effect.
Earlier this week, City Press reported that the TV station bosses gave Maarohanye an ultimatum to either apologise to Khumalo or kiss his job goodbye.
The Ndikhokhele singer has since released a statement, apologising to Khumalo for any “distress, hurt” he “may have caused” after the podcast interview aired.
“I really did not mean for things to get here between you and I. My comments were taken out of context, however, it still doesn’t make it right,” the rapper wrote in his lengthy apology.
He added that using a public platform was not how he wanted to apologise to Khumalo but because he’s made the comments during a public broadcast, he deemed it right to issue a public apology.
“I am not in any way defending my actions,” Maarohanye said in the apology, adding that he had a lot of respect for Khumalo.
Maarohanye also called on the public and the media to respect his privacy as he “attempted to make things right with Kelly Khumalo.”
The rapper also said that he was undergoing sensitivity classes and that he “was working on myself as an individual”.
Source: Eye Witness News