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I don't want to go to prison - Jub Jub

2012-12-05 12:28

Johannesburg - Convicted murderer Molemo Jub Jub Maarohanye's life in prison is not good, the Protea Magistrate's Court heard on Wednesday.

"It's not good; I don't know how else to answer that question," Maarohanye said after his attorney Rudi Krause asked what life in prison was like. "I don't want to go to prison."

Maarohanye was testifying in his sentencing procedures.

He sat looking downwards in the dock before reading an affidavit.

"I will never be able to undo what happened," he softly said.

"If afforded the opportunity, I want to publicly apologise for any harm caused, unintended."

Emotional


The court was adjourned to allow an emotional Maarohanye to compose himself.

He said that if he did not have to serve a prison term, he would establish a trust fund which would benefit the schoolchildren's families.

He told the court about his childhood and about his influence on the youth.

The courtroom was packed with many schoolchildren trying to catch a glimpse of the kwaito singer.

One asked outside court: "Where is my Jub Jub?"

Family members of the schoolchildren sat in the first three rows of the public gallery.

Remorse

Earlier, a social worker testified that remorse cannot be measured.

People's personal circumstances needed to be taken into consideration in sentencing, social worker Annette Vergeer said.

Rudi Krause, for Maarohanye, called Vergeer, who had compiled a report on the 32-year-old musician.

"Regret or remorse is totally circumstantial," Vergeer said.

"The fact that he [Maarohanye] didn't plead guilty: you can't say he didn't show remorse or doesn't regret the accident."

She said Maarohanye was the breadwinner in his family and had about 15 people working for him.

Vergeer said the circumstances in prisons were "devastating" and they were often overcrowded.

"He is considered a suitable candidate for correctional supervision," she told the court.

Community service

She proposed a suspended prison sentence and 570 hours of community service as a suitable sentence.

On October 16, Maarohanye and Tshabalala were found guilty on four counts of murder and two of attempted murder, of using drugs, racing on a public road, and of driving under the influence of drugs.

They were drag-racing in Protea North on March 8, 2010, when they crashed into a group of schoolboys, killing Prince Mohube, Mlungisi Cwayi, Andile Mthombeni, and Phomello Masemola, and leaving Frank Mlambo and Fumani Mushwana permanently brain damaged.

Maarohanye and Tshabalala were denied bail after judgment was handed down. Maarohanye applied for bail on November 7, but was denied.

Vergeer told the court Maarohanye wanted to approach the schoolchildren's families to apologise for his involvement in the accident.

He also wanted to establish a trust fund for the families, and planned to generate an income for it by holding concerts.


Comments
  • ThaboMdodo - 2012-12-05 12:32

    We feel sorry buti!! But you do the crime, you do the time!

      PrettyUsefulArt - 2012-12-05 12:38

      Well guess what, you fool... those kids probably didn't want to die that day either. Man up and take the punishment you deserve. That would be at least be some reflection of true regret - to say "I deserve whatever I get". But, you won't, you self-serving idiot, so I'll say it for you: YOU DESERVE WHATEVER YOU GET. AND SOME.

      klippies.coke.7 - 2012-12-05 12:44

      Those children that got killed also did not want to die... but you didn't care much for that at the time.

      handy.andy.773 - 2012-12-05 12:52

      4 young lives gone, and another promising one about to go. No happy ending to this story.

      goyougoodthing - 2012-12-05 12:54

      The man is garbage, I certainly don't feel for him. Let the bstard rot.

      cuthbert.murwisi - 2012-12-05 13:03

      I am sorry to the families that lost their loved ones. As for Jub Jub it's too late to apologise boy. You should have plea bargained before wasting the court's time and our taxes. You can't call the shots now. You had your day in court and justice must prevail. Rot in jail.

      steven.hart.3760 - 2012-12-05 13:26

      Agree, feel sorry for you, but to late now, during the trial you didn't even show remorse. On that day, if someone had tried to stop you, you would probably have given that person a mouth full. "KRY VIR JOU BOETIE", go and think about it, you can always create a trust fund for the families when you come out.

      rbphiri - 2012-12-05 13:28

      "If afforded the opportunity, I want to publicly apologise for any harm caused, unintended." What a d!ck! you caused more than harm, you caused the death of innocent children.

      rob.gunning.1 - 2012-12-05 13:31

      He lied to the court, he denied everything and now he wants sympathy. Trying every trick in the book. Pay the price now and take your punishment like a man.

      christiaan.carstens.9 - 2012-12-05 13:37

      Papa wag viiir joooouuuu!!!!!

      corne.hubinger - 2012-12-05 14:13

      Wow! So if I speed, but I'm sorry, do I now not have to pay my fine? Unfortunately for you, there is a price to pay for every crime. It is how the world works!

      chaapo.sithole - 2012-12-05 14:14

      What value is life? His "remorse" should be balanced with sanctions to give the victims and their parents some measure of comfort that their children's lives are equally valuable. And again, the insensitivity of this lot by rushing to throw money at the problem to buy himself out of prison with suggestions of a trust fund. They obviously think money can buy anything. I would not touch his money coming this way but would definitely sue him through the courts and in that way bring justice for the families. These arguments that prison is "crowded" are of no consequence-it is not meant to be a day at the beach and if people do not want to be in the slammer, then they should walk the straight path and respect that the world does not evolve around them. It is precisely because offenders get a rap on the wrist for heinous crimes that the offences are increasing.

      steve.ritchie.739 - 2012-12-05 14:15

      Nobody forced him to take drugs and speed. He was a volunteer. Innocent children died because of his recklessness. I cannot begin to imagine how the families of the deceased must feel. I know, if it was me, I would want to see a long sentence for this idiot. I trust justice will prevail.

      kgaogelodp - 2012-12-05 14:20

      Absolutely Thabo. Couldn't agree with you more.

      kirsten.a.foster.100 - 2012-12-05 14:49

      It was not pre-mediated murder. There should be a consequence- but I dont believe prison is the place for this man.

      hrh.majiuana - 2012-12-05 15:36

      JubJub: "if released ima set up a trust fund to benefit the families of the schoolboys"...uhh yeah we've seen what your family duz when they given money to benefit others..#MamaJackie&OprahsMoney#..."Go to jail, Move Directly to jail..do not pass go.." what a tool!!

      marius.j.rensburg.3 - 2012-12-05 15:36

      Dear Jub Jub, Clearly the drugs are starting to wear off as you now start to realise the gravity of the situation you are in. But sadly you still have some way to go because you still think you can ask not to go to prison and "start some trust fund for the victims", I mean seriously?! You did not steal a pencil - you killed people. Your arrogance is mind blowing !!!

      brandon.mccutcheon.56 - 2012-12-05 18:56

      I feel for the oke. I did stupid things in my youth as well. fortunately, I didnt kill anyone. But the prospects of prison will open his eyes. correctional supervision will suffice. Justice is about rehabilitation and punishment. I go for rehabilitation on this one. No need for jail.

      mark.croxford.3 - 2012-12-06 08:48

      Brandon the oke is 32 y/o he isn't a boy he's a man with 15 people working for him FFS !!

      preshen.govender.12382 - 2012-12-06 11:48

      STFU and do your time

      jackie.m.dickson - 2012-12-06 13:05

      How strange is it that it took almost 3 years for him to find his remorse?? And even then it was more bargaining to not have to go to jail. It was thinking his "wealth" meant he could do as he pleased with no consequences that got him where he is now. Maybe he will get the plot while he languishes in jail. I hope he serves every single year. No shortening due to ill health, golf lessons or anything else. He needs to be seen to be serving his time and hope he can be an example of what lawlessness causes.

      LiveYourOwnLife - 2012-12-06 18:59

      So he doesn't want to go to prison? That's fine seeing as he murdered innocent children execute him instead.

  • OHHILISA - 2012-12-05 12:32

    "spyt kom altyd te laat"

  • mc.segal.5 - 2012-12-05 12:34

    Now suddenly we are showing a bit of remorse.

      kelvyn.davidson.1 - 2012-12-05 13:26

      diminished responsibility, remorse, self pity, all meaningless as is the "I want to set up a trust fund," if the court has any honour it will convict him for his actions. If i get drunk and decide to discharge a firearm into the air and the bullets fall 3km away and kill 3 people what am I? am I a murderer or am I just stupid? I am afraid your stupid by your actions and as a result of such action need to be accountable. no excuses, no sorry for yourself nonsense, you got drunk , high on coke, raced around a crowded city street without any care and responsibility at the time, your EGO is far too big , now your just as simple stupid and labelled as the rest of societies cancer !

  • robert.starke.98 - 2012-12-05 12:34

    Too late - you should have thought about the consequences of your actions when you were dicing down the road, and the innocent lives you maimed and killed. Go to Jail, dont pass Go and dont collect R200.

      LiveYourOwnLife - 2012-12-06 19:00

      So he doesn't want to go to prison? That's fine seeing as he murdered innocent children execute him instead.

  • Erna - 2012-12-05 12:36

    If he had shown the remorse at the start and during the actual trial, I may have believed him. But now its too late.

  • ClassWarTrotsky - 2012-12-05 12:36

    If he is so remorseful and regretful, then why deny it up until the last?? Would he have been so contrite and penitent if he had been found not guilty on one of the many tricks his council pulled to have evidence disallowed etc etc?? He's definitely going down, unless his tenuous MDM connections wangle a way out for him.

  • Jacques - 2012-12-05 12:37

    I say: don't put him in prison- hang him.

      Jacques - 2012-12-05 12:40

      After the years of trying to be clever, NOW suddenly he's sorry? If he was acquitted he would have been laughing about all this.

      shaun.miekle - 2012-12-05 12:57

      No Jacques. Put him in prison so he can think about what he has done while "bending for a friend"

      arthur.christie.3 - 2012-12-06 06:37

      you are so right, i agree

      LiveYourOwnLife - 2012-12-06 19:01

      Jacques I agree with you!

      fedupandsad - 2012-12-07 08:32

      If I was a parent of one of those victims I would want him to hang. His selfish, irresponsible behaviour ended young lives and created hell for their loved ones left behind.

  • asdhasgd - 2012-12-05 12:39

    You ruined families lives and killed those people bro >:'( you deserve to goto jail!! if your unhappy ask your buddies the ANC to bail you out!! ROT IN JAIL!

      warren.vanwyk.3 - 2012-12-05 14:19

      Remember when Jooolius came to visit him? He must've thought he was home free.

  • PfireandIce - 2012-12-05 12:40

    Give the man a break! Good luck Jub Jub! Heart goes out to the family whose lives have changed forever. Perhaps Jub Jub will commit to helping them and others. Perhaps he can repent in a way that will bring some value and justice to the families. Yes, its "murder" but the past cannot be changed. The future can! He is not rotten. Would it not be amazing if some good comes out of all of this? Just a thought!

      goyougoodthing - 2012-12-05 12:55

      I have no words for this rubbish that you write.

      irma.white.9 - 2012-12-05 12:56

      So why not just let ALL people who drink and drive and kill innocent people go, because shame, they didn't mean to break the law and be inconsiderate towards other people and their lives.

      adrian.fell.7 - 2012-12-05 12:56

      Isn't the whole point of a justice system to punish those that "do crime", and to act as deterrent to those who may be thinking about committing a criminal act? What sort of picture would this paint to those without a conscience out there if he doesn't go to jail? He has stolen the lives of innocent children, stolen those children from their families and stolen the futures of others. Make an example of this selfish man as a warning to others and take away his freedom.

      mark.hedington.7 - 2012-12-05 13:15

      Hang him and donate his organs to victims of MVA's, that way he will do some good....

      steve.ritchie.739 - 2012-12-05 14:23

      @PfireandIce. Point taken, but just how do you put a price on life? No amount of money will ever bring back those children who never had a chance at a real life. Justice to the families could only be a lengthy stay in jail.

      warren.vanwyk.3 - 2012-12-05 14:26

      @ PfireandIce: you my friend must be seriously naive if you think Jub "It Wasn't me" Jub will keep his promises. Remember how hard he tried to keep certain evidence excluded? How he called experts lairs who were out to get him? He even tried to pin this whole tragedy on his best friend.

      grant.montgomery.5074 - 2012-12-05 15:39

      I'm sceptical how long will Jub jub continue paying?

      richard.zanner - 2012-12-05 16:23

      If he were not this celebrity but just another unknown name would you still feel this way. He is now trying to buy his way out of jail with this promise of a trust fund. There was no talk of any trust fund while he had his expensive attorneys fight the case tooth and nail and trying to get him off on every technicality.

      dan.vanryneveld - 2012-12-05 18:08

      huh?? have you even read what you wrote? the scum bag is a convicted killer and you feel sorry for him?? typical!!

      keaobaka.mokae - 2012-12-06 08:35

      Thumps up to the NPA for charging all the drunk or high on drugs drivers with murder. This sends and very strong to the other multitudes of drunk/high on drugs drivers out there that SA will not tolerate the murderers stupid action of drinking/druging and operating such a lethal machine as a motorcar. Gone are the days of culpable homocide for such killers. Jub jub is a good example as a celebrity to market this new/correct approach. As for his sudden "remorse": he had a chance at the pleading phase of the trial to show us his remorse and he did not use that. His lawyer should have advised him of the possible consequences of this especially if convicted. His actions in totality smacks of somebody who is overeager to continue with his life as if nothing has happening. Its a shame that the strongest sentence that can be imposed is multiple life sentences. Hopefully that will finally drive home the point that he has killed innocent people and imposed untold suffering on families and for that he must lose something also. He deserves to pay with his life period.

      siranne.vanonselen - 2012-12-06 13:41

      PfireandIce, clearly you have never had a close friend or family member killed in a car accident cause by someone under the influence, or you would feel very differently.

  • nico.maponya - 2012-12-05 12:41

    He must ROT in jail.No one can justify death epecially of four children.if it was in Botswana he'd been killed too but because it's SA he will be given a slap on the wrist.

  • kwenza.ndlovu - 2012-12-05 12:42

    shame its 2late u r going 2jail.

  • nicolas.gombert.16 - 2012-12-05 12:42

    Shame, voeitog, siestog, f_k!

  • trevor.pietersen.3 - 2012-12-05 12:43

    GO TO JAIL...if you pass begin... don't collect your R200.00 GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL

  • brendan.r.murphy.9 - 2012-12-05 12:44

    I actually feel sorry for him in some way, we all have done stupid things before but not to this severity and yet we look back and wish we did differently. He is not a cold blooded murderer, just made a stupid mistake that cost the lives of young kids. It was not intensional but it happened, your mis judgement has cost you your life and the lives of children.

      irma.white.9 - 2012-12-05 12:58

      The thing is, about a mistake and doing things wrong, is that you are supposed to take responsibility and admit you were wrong, take the punishment and learn the lesson. He tried from day one to make out like he did nothing wrong. He didn't want to accept guilt, he didn't want to take the punishment and at the end of the day, would he have learnt the lesson otherwise? Probably not, because who knows how many times they got away with the drinking and drive before this happened?

      brendan.r.murphy.9 - 2012-12-05 13:38

      i bet the people lashing out regarding the 'drink drive' and coke etc have themselves 'drink drived' lets be honest ppl we all have done it cause i sure as hell hav'nt seen buses at night at the bus stops.

      irma.white.9 - 2012-12-05 14:23

      Some people just don't drink at all, myself included. On the very far and rare occasion when I do have something I usually don't even finish the full glass. As for your coke comment, geeze what kind of drugged up society do you think we live in that "we have all done it"? Yes people do drink and drive and yes lives are lost due to it, but those people are punished, as is Jub Jub. Simple.

      brendan.r.murphy.9 - 2012-12-05 16:04

      @ happyness, i did not intend my referece to be 'coke' related i was refering to the drinking, i said i have driven under the influence...now remember 3 beers is over the limit does that make me pissed??? the fact i drive when ive had a few drinks you can blame that on the goverment for not providing sufficient public transport during the night.If we had busses or reliable taxi's trust me id stay at the pub alot longer and get smashed.

      mike.bundy.73 - 2012-12-06 08:18

      No brendan, there is no excuse for drinking and driving. The fact that other people have done it does not make it right. It's easy to arrange alternative transport, designated drivers, taxis, drive-you-home services, sleepovers. Jub Jub was not even driving home - he was street racing. Stop making excuses.

      irma.white.9 - 2012-12-06 12:02

      Brendan, all that drinking is bad for your health in anycase and fact is, there are lots of taxi services around at night. If you can spend the money getting smashed, because let's face it alcohol is expensive, then you can spend the money on hiring a taxi to take you home SAFELY. My friend's brother was killed by a drunk driver- you cannot justify drinking and driving to me no matter how much you try. Yes you have three beers and yes it's over the limit- is it so much of a hassle to have a designated driver or make sure you pace your beers to one an hour? If you do not accept the fact that there are rules and regulations, if you do not make the EFFORT to obey them then you are just going to keep pushing and pushing and pushing until one day you drive home drunker than you think, cause an accident and take a life and then what are you going to say???

      siranne.vanonselen - 2012-12-06 13:42

      Clearly you have never had a close friend or family member killed in a car accident cause by someone under the influence, or you would feel very differently.

  • peter.ndamase - 2012-12-05 12:45

    Nothing is left for him outside. Broke, in debts, addict and no shelter. Prison seems to be the place for him.

  • maylene.mills - 2012-12-05 12:45

    They are so many first time offenders that just made 1 terrible mistake -they also didn't want to go to jail- that elderly taxi driver that killed those children at a railway crossing!!

  • marschoeman - 2012-12-05 12:45

    Boo bloody hoo... If all it took was to say you were sorry, there would be no need for prisons. Anything less than a life sentence will be a farce...

  • lizzyvd - 2012-12-05 12:45

    If this man does not go to jail, then this country is in worse shape than any optimist can imagine! He killed children in a drug and alcohol binge. He showed NO remorse during the trial, and now suddenly he is "Poor Me"?? And proposing to do concerts for a trust fund!? And of course he would not benefit at all from that.. Yeah right! He should be locked up and the keys thrown away!! Scum!

      cemahanyele - 2012-12-05 13:25

      Desperate situayions... The families will soon lose the remaining brain damaged ones. More heartbreaks on the way for them. Trust fund my foooot!!!!

      grant.montgomery.5074 - 2012-12-05 16:21

      away". His assets should be frozen and I'm sure his ass will be warmed.

  • Martha1234 - 2012-12-05 12:45

    And those children you killed didn't want to die!

  • sanchez.sancho.7 - 2012-12-05 12:46

    dude you were supposed to show remorse at the accident scene. ok, you were drunk.. you were supposed to show remorse the moment you sobered up and accept responsibilty, maybe, just maybe, we were gonna listen to you, this story has dragged on forever and you knew you were guilty now you wanna show remorse because the courts have found you guilty? you are an idiot. you had enough time to set up a trust fund but you didnt. mxm. give him maximum sentence

  • sthembiso.jali.50 - 2012-12-05 12:47

    he gonna be singing ndikhokhele baba going down the drain . shame man.

      hrh.majiuana - 2012-12-05 13:15

      lmfao!! I wanna see him in 3yrs time wen his braided hair is all messed up! hahahahaha

      bonge.mpofu - 2012-12-05 15:22

      and no sane person will buy the murderer's music ever again.

  • dbo.kacebisa - 2012-12-05 12:47

    Aint life a b

  • klipkop.degroote - 2012-12-05 12:49

    If he was white he would have been in prison ages ago. Lock him up, he is still addicted to drugs and will turn our streets into a race track again. He is only sorry because he knows what will happen to him in prison.

  • david.a.meyer.925 - 2012-12-05 12:50

    "It's not good....I do not want to go to prison..." That's a helluva defence!

  • nicolas.cocolas.1 - 2012-12-05 12:50

    What a Load Of Crap. Apple does not fall far from the tree. Ask His Mom The Fraudster/Gangster to set up the fund....

      hrh.majiuana - 2012-12-05 13:27

      sins of the father did she(mother) think she was gonna get away with it??

  • nghamula.mdunwazi - 2012-12-05 12:50

    Mananooooooooo!is too late juby

  • Eterni80 - 2012-12-05 12:51

    just think of this as an extended survivor - without the option of leaving the island - like you did the last time.

  • Francois - 2012-12-05 12:51

    Four counts if murder and two counts of attempted murder and the social worker days a suspended sentence and community service is enough? WTF?

      Francois - 2012-12-05 13:08

      Social worker says#

      marius.j.rensburg.3 - 2012-12-05 18:51

      Mind blowing stuff, I tell you.

  • storm.chambers.5 - 2012-12-05 12:52

    Another murderer not going to prison. But its ok because he will give the families money. Got to love the SA justice system - every crime goes 'unpunnished'

  • irvin.shai - 2012-12-05 12:52

    Why is this all about Jub Jub and What will happen to Themba and If Jub Jub does not deserve to go to Prison who must go . The social worker is totally out of line.

  • katleho.photolo - 2012-12-05 12:53

    Just take it like a man Jub, U did wrong n U have to be punished,simple like that boy, Malema will soon join U guys there mos!!!!

      hein.huyser - 2012-12-05 13:03

      That was a low blow, love it!

      nic.nomicos.3 - 2012-12-05 15:14

      And Zoooomer too....

  • mario.venancio13 - 2012-12-05 12:54

    "He said that if he did not have to serve a prison term, he would establish a trust fund which would benefit the schoolchildren's families." hi should be trialed for attempted bribery as-well wtf he killed and now he is sorry what BS he is just afraid to become someones shower buddy for life .......

      tersia.louw.12 - 2012-12-05 19:08

      So now he's bargaining. Why doesn't he set up a trust fund to care for the two surviving children. HE CAN SET UP A TRUST FUND ANYWAY! If he's sincere... snigger.

      mike.bundy.73 - 2012-12-06 08:28

      If he really is sincere then he can set up a trust fund from prison.

  • mzi.mdondolo - 2012-12-05 12:54

    It is not for us to Judge. This could have happened to any of us. We all have been there. We all have been wreckless somewhere in our lives. my prayers are with you Jub. Mzi Mdondolo

      lizzyvd - 2012-12-05 12:58

      With all due respect.. We have not all been there. I have never taken drugs and alcohol while drag racing down a street where school kids are! So no, this could not have happened to any of us. And if by some million to one chance it did, any decent respectable person would show remorse from the first second of the incident! And not wait until you have to get sentenced to suddenly feel sorry for what you did.

      onkabetse.keboneilwe - 2012-12-05 13:01

      u gt my thumb's up! wel said! everybody deserv a 2nd chance! though i condone da killins!

      kelvyn.davidson.1 - 2012-12-05 13:32

      so one mans pain is greater than the families of the 4 dead boys and the two young lives he has ruined by his actions, I think I hope it happens to you then mzi.mdondolo either your family is effected by a reckless idiot who thinks he is more important than the rest of society because he sells records, or you yourself by your own admission have been there, lets hope you get stoned and smash into a tree racing and then be crippled for life, then we will all agree with your sentimental BS. no second chances, this was not his "Jub Jub's first speeding, drink driving/drugs encounter with the law, he should have stopped after he got his second chance.!

      sonia.bloem - 2012-12-05 13:55

      @mzi = You might be right it is not for us to judge, but think about it, what if it was you child or you brother that was killed, wouldn't you want that man to pay!!!

      onkabetse.keboneilwe - 2012-12-05 16:55

      i'v already said! i condone de killins, of dose innocent kidz! bt everythin dat happens on dis world should hav a reason, as 4 me. i wudnt mind if it ws my family! we r only visitors of dis world! who knws dat- mayb ├Čt was a tym 4 dem 2 leave! Anyway, to send Mini Cooper 2 jail wont bring dose kidz bak! May dier soulz rest in peace-

      marius.j.rensburg.3 - 2012-12-05 18:56

      Mzi & Onkabetse - tell your story to the parents of those 4 dead kids - face-to-face. Good luck!!

      tersia.louw.12 - 2012-12-05 19:13

      Onkabetse, you really need to check a dictionary before you post. Condone means to overlook, forgive. Did you mean condemn? Just checking so I can decide which way the thumb should go.

  • chris.rama.18 - 2012-12-05 12:54

    so what??? Who does not want to lead a luxury life.

  • irma.white.9 - 2012-12-05 12:54

    Ah, he cannot undo what was done... is that an admission of guilt, finally? It's no use playing the remorse card AFTER being found guilty. He must have a good time in prison, he sure was having a good time when he decided to drink under the influence of alcohol and drugs. He was having a good time right up until the kids were killed by his recklessness, foolishness and stupidity. If the accident hadn't happened then, it would have happened at a later stge with someone else.

  • onkabetse.keboneilwe - 2012-12-05 12:54

    Wht a touchin emotional regretable message! i hope u learnt a lesson!

  • shengeboy - 2012-12-05 12:55

    dont do drugs! this could have been avoidedif he wasnt taking drugs, unfortunetly,some1 must account.if he really wants to do the community servise,he must nail the supplier. who sold him drugs?????lets start there!!!!

      nic.nomicos.3 - 2012-12-05 15:09

      Agree fully...

  • ehoutzamer - 2012-12-05 12:56

    We must never forget the pain he put those families through!! its not about money, he must go to jail!!

      onkabetse.keboneilwe - 2012-12-05 13:13

      i do agre wit u fellar! bt nw again whn he go 2 jail, dat wil nt benefit da families!

  • michelle.marshall.3158652 - 2012-12-05 12:57

    dude - no crocodile tears now! you should have thought about it before you got goofed and killed innocent kids! payback!

  • hein.huyser - 2012-12-05 12:57

    Me neither Jubs, thats why I live within my means, don't do drugs and obey the law. Then there is that little thing called self-respect and the respect of other peoples' rights to life. Eish, plenty do, zero accountability

  • cthrumccool - 2012-12-05 13:00

    No mama's boy in the bing dude. We are all treated the same, if unlucky treated the worst. Man up and face the consiquesces. Do the time and learn from what you did.

  • cthrumccool - 2012-12-05 13:00

    Do the time mama's boy

  • Thabisoul Motsome - 2012-12-05 13:00

    As much as you dont want to go to Jail , those chidren that you've killed didn't want to die..

  • thadelphukem.completely - 2012-12-05 13:00

    Enjoy prison boet... You deserve it!!!! Paybacks a b!tch...

  • Nosipho 'Matshidiso' Mkhize - 2012-12-05 13:02

    The law mst tyk its cause,whether he is famous or not,he needs to be punished for his drug dosage! Y does it have to b famous ppl who gt away with crime? he mst seve hs sentence,FINISH & KLAAR!

  • khumo.lebone - 2012-12-05 13:03

    Hey Tiger, is the heating getting too much now in the slammer. And probably Big Boomber's been given you sleepless nights?? Maybe you should have thought of that before you raced and killed those kids. Now, we don't wanna keep the Big Boomber waiting, now do we??

  • danzo.makgita - 2012-12-05 13:04

    Just sent the guy to prison already....amapantiti are waitin 4 photographs plus thy nedd a wife....cherry on top

  • mashudu.ndou.3 - 2012-12-05 13:04

    Jub-Jub & Themba must just Men up and take responsibility. what they did is wrong and cant go unpunished!

  • zelda.dickson - 2012-12-05 13:05

    Pity you did not think of the consequences. Those children are gone and did nothing wrong. Hard lesson to learn. Drink and drugs. Do the crime and serve the time.

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      piet.hannibol - 2012-12-05 13:05

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      danzo.makgita - 2012-12-05 13:07

      Hahhahahahahaha vaselin