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Jub Jub – Ke Kopa Tshwarelo ft. Tshepo Tshola

South African Hip hop artist, Molemo Maarohanye whom is popularly known as Jub Jub is out on parole.

The sing who was convicted of culpable homicide for the death of four children in December 2012  and was released this week gives his fans a new song he titled “Ke Kopa Tshwarelo” (Please Forgive Me), which features the South Africa’s finest Tshepo Tshola.

Jub Jub is eagerly asking for forgiveness from everyone. Check it out below!

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  • U are boss hoping u learn yo mistake and go out there b a light to any kids who still believe racing in our street its a gud thing.
    God has forgiven you. NYC track guys

  • We forgive u brother as long as u learned something n we hope u won’t forget this,and others thier wil learn from.so brothers n sisters lets open our heart n forgive him plz in the name of jesus amen

    • @Jasco Luke 11:4 says ‘Forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone who sins against us. And lead us not into temptation.’ I think you forgive him.. Thanks

  • He who has not sinned must throw the first stone. Heaven forgave you before you were even sentenced. All the best for your future

  • Mistakes do happen n this one was one big thing that i hope he’ll never forget.as for me,ive always been your fan n always will be.all is forgoten n life goes on bro.

  • Comment: God never forsake his own, I support you from the beginning and I will keep on supporting you. Love you Jub Jub

  • Life Is Journey
    We do mistakes almost every day and we learn from them.
    Life is a journey filled with challenges and thorns, some never make it but some make it
    Some has managed to walk away from their faults and never looked back.
    One in a million would do what you did so you are among that percentage, I may not be in the same shoes as you but I do share sentiments.
    Who are we to pass judgement to other humans because after all we not above the Mighty Lord.
    In essence we are taught to forgive because it is mentioned in the great prayer that says “our father”.
    As you ask for forgiveness you must also find it in your heart to forgive yourself.