When Jub Jub went on Podcast and Chill with MacG, he had one agenda and that was to expose people’s files and make controversial remarks. That episode ended up being the most talked about, dethroning Israel Zulu’s episode which gave the podcast it’s first million views.
On the episode he took aim at Samthing Soweto and said he “sings like a b**ch.” He did not explain his reasons for that but we guess it’s because Samthing refused to work with him on Ndikhokhele Remake.
On that, Jub Jub then added, “I’ve been in the game longer than him. It’s f***ed up, its a bad attitude. What they did is wrong.”
The “they” he is talking about also includes the Jaziel Brothers who refused to work with him on this record, whereas he worked with them on the original song.
The only musicians who worked with him are Blaq Diamond, Nathi, Mlindo The Vocalist, Nathi, Judith Sephuma Lebo Sekgobela and Tkinsky. He told MacG and Sol Phenduka that he was left surprised at how the other industry greats such as Rebecca Malope and Benjamin Dube were willing to work with him but not the Amapiano vocalist.
After that episode, Samthing kept mum about the backlash even when he said it last year to a fan who asked why did he not work with him. But this time, Samthing proved that he can sing and not like a ha**t like Jub Jub said.
Watch his hilarious response to Jub Jub’s remarks below:
— Samkelo (@samthingsoweto) December 4, 2021
Jub Jub issued out an apology to Amanda du-Pont but did not apologise to Samthing Soweto and all the people he bad mouthed. His fans asked why did he not apologise to Samthing Soweto.
His apology reads as follows, “I have taken some time to re-watch the interview and reflect on my words specifically my exchange with MacG regarding Ms. Amanda Du Pont. It was inappropriate for me to discuss the intimate details of my relationship with Ms. Du Pont in public. I deeply regret the incident.
“I also apologize to my fans and the public for the inappropriate language I used during the interview. With regards to the accusations levelled against me by Amanda and others I have decided to make a room for the law to take its course and I request the media and the public to do the same,” he concludes.
Samthing is not the only person he dissed ever since coming out from prison. We mentioned earlier that he dissed the Jaziel Brothers.
On a previous interview with Slikour for his Christmas special of his Slikour On Life radio special, he said, “(The song) was number 1 for two weeks it was the most amazing thing. We don’t care about all the other jealousy that is happening on the other side. We know that there are a lot of people that are bitter including the Jaziel Brothers. I’m not scared of anybody and I am not scared of mentioning names. People need to know what we are dealing with, the industry is all fake.”
“We doing this whether you (Jaziel Brother) like it or not, and I’m doing it with or with you and it will be big with or without you. It’s funny how back then what made the guys big was Ndikhokhele. You feed somebody then they come back and they forget. Jaziel Brothers were never big, they were big because of Ndikhokhele but now we are on the same level and we have been in the game longer than them.” – ZAlebs