Xhosa Men's Association

Ayabonga Kekana from the Xhosa Men’s Association has sent a stern message to ‘Uyajola 9/9’ host Jub Jub. Image via Twitter @official_jubjub

Xhosa Men’s Association warns Jub Jub to stay away from them [watch]

The Xhosa Men’s Association has told Jub Jub to stop chasing them with ‘Uyajola 9/9’ cameras and banned him from the Eastern Cape.

Xhosa Men's Association

Ayabonga Kekana from the Xhosa Men’s Association has sent a stern message to ‘Uyajola 9/9’ host Jub Jub. Image via Twitter @official_jubjub

After Uyajola 9/9 host Jub Jub listed the cheating hot spots in South Africa it left a few people shaken up but not the Xhosa Men’s Association. The association’s spokesperson Ayabonga Kekana has given Jub Jub a firm warning about coming to the Eastern Cape and says the television host should leave them alone.

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Ayabonga Kekana, the spokesperson for the imaginary Xhosa Men’s Association, is a journalist by profession. The 28-year-old is also a content creator who has left thousands of people in laughter from his hilarious Xhosa Men’s Association videos. 

Speaking to Drum earlier this year, Kekana said he works for the SABC and speaks to spokespeople every day. “I know how important they are for any organisation,” he said. 

The association originally started as a joke in 2020 after the Katlego Maboe saga.

“Xhosa men are a special kind of men and not everyone can understand us. I like to think of women like Dora The Explorer, always looking to find things out or investigate things so you cannot just tell them everything all at once.” 


Earlier this month, Jub Jub sent out a warning to his fans saying they should steer clear of people from the Eastern Cape, specifically East London and Port Elizabeth. He said, “they’ll show you flames”.

In the video message to Jub Jub, Ayabonga Kekana said the television host should mind his business and should leave them alone to deal with their issues their own way. 

Kekana further noted that the Eastern Cape is the “home of legends” and has produced icons like former Presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. “The University of Fort Hare has produced great leaders,” says Kekana. 

Kekana also said Jub Jub should stop chasing them with cameras because of their extramarital affairs and mentioned that the Xhosa Men’s Association has banned Jub Jub from the Eastern Cape.

Should Jub Jub enter the province, the association will “sort him out”.


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Uyajola 9/9 has kept South Africans entertained for over two years now and it certainly shows in the numbers. The reality show pulled in spectacular viewership for September. 

Uyajola 9/9 brought in 1.5 million viewers in September and beat out soapies Gomora and The Queen.

Moja Love’s Head of Channel noted that Uyajola 9/9 is a reflection of quality content that they continue to deliver.