Jub Jub apologises to Kelly Khumalo to save his job at Moja Love: “This is certainly not how I wanted to first apologise to you. I own up to it as a man. I really did not mean for things to get here”
According to him:
Apology letter to Kelly Khumalo I am writing this letter to accept and own up to my mistakes. I Molemo “Jub Jub”Maarohanye would like to take this moment to apologise to the mother of my son Kelly Khumalo for any distress, or hurt may have caused her following not only the aftermath of my interview on podcast and chill with Mac G but also any other public opinion.
Kelly I am really sorry, 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. Please don’t think that I am sending you this apology because of the recent article published this past weekend, I had plans to make things right with you and I will still do that outside of the public domain.
l am hoping and most importantly praying that you and I will one day reach an amicable solution to co-parent our champ, as all I beg for is an opportunity to be a part of his life. There’s no way I can take back the missed years in his life.
However, given the opportunity by you I know that I can be a good father to him. This is certainly not how I wanted to first apologise to you, however because l made the comments on a public broadcast it’s only right that I also apologise publicly. I am not in any way defending my actions. You are the mother of my son and I have a lot of respect for you.
In me trying to set the record straight about me being an absent father to my son or me not caring or loving him, a lot of wrong happened in a short space of time during that interview. I own up to it as a man but most importantly a human being. I ask that the media and public please respect my privacy as I attempt to make things right with Kelly Khumalo outside of the public space.
I know that I am a public figure however I am a father first and most importantly a human being. I apologise to the women in South Africa at large too for any distress, disappointment or hurt I may have caused and I hope that one day you will find it in your hearts to forgive me.
I will be undergoing sensitivity classes for my use of language and I am working on myself as an individual. I humbly ask for my privacy as I continue to work on myself. God bless. Molemo “Jub Jub” Maarohanye -End