Jub Jub Arrested: When and Why Was South African Hip-hop Artist Jub Jub Arrested - A Timeline!

South African rapper Momelo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of four school children during a car crash.

Magistrate Brian Nemavhidi had been convicted in the month of October of racing on a public road and driving under the influence of drugs in Soweto in the year 2010.

The relatives of the children wept as the magistrate handed down the sentence until the crash Maarohanye was one of South Africa’s most popular musicians. 

When and Why Was Jub Jub Arrested?

His co-accused, Themba Tshabalala has been sentenced to 25 years in prison, they were allegedly drag-racing when their vehicles crashed into a group of school children, he killed four and injured two individuals, it seems they have pleaded not guilty to the charges, the court has ruled out that Maarohanye and Tshabalala were indeed on cocaine and morphine at the time when the accident occurred.
Jub Jub Arrested
Jub Jub Arrested
It seems like the cases of rappers being caught when it comes to the use of harmful drugs have been coming up every now and then, it seems like the rapping industry is filled up with people who like doing hard drugs and then having the audacity to even plead not guilty is beyond our understanding.

Involvement Of Authorities In Jub Jub arrested

They have destroyed so many lives just because they felt like racing on the public road and the disaster has taken the life of four people and injured two, the identity of the people in the case is not known as of this point in time, there are going to be many informative points in the coming days and weeks regarding their arrest and their court proceedings.

It is just a big disappointment that these rappers who have the power to influence people with their music have committed such a sin and it seems like they are not going to be spared by the authorities, they are going to probably get life imprisonment for their actions, we are going to be on our toes to provide you with further details regarding the story.


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