Jub Jub asks for forgiveness in a new song and it's actually not bad

Jub Jub asks for forgiveness in a new song and it's actually not bad

Jan 05, 2017, 05:05 PM

Jub Jub asks for forgiveness

Hot on the heels of his release this morning, Jub Jub has released a song called 'Ke Kopa Tshwarelo' (Please forgive me) featuring Afro-Jazz Legend Tsepo Tshola. 

The rapper specifically apologised for the 2010 drag-racing incident in which he and his friend, Themba Shabalala, ran over a group of school children in Soweto while they were high on cocaine.

They were subsequently let out on parole this morning after serving four years and one month of their respective 8-year sentences. 

While he names a few people in particular, the artist is essentially asking South Africa to give him a second chance in a song he wrote while still inside Leeuwkop Correctional Centre in Johannesburg. 

You can listen to the song here:

Seeing as he went to jail in 2012, he has missed four years worth of events which can feel like a lifetime but all he has to do is checkout #ThingsJubJubDoesntKnow

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Main image credit: mg.co.za

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Kay Tatyana Selisho

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