The rapper appeared on SABC 2’s breakfast show Morning Live on Thursday morning, where he shared intimate details about life in prison, being a changed man, and being haunted by the accident that left four school children dead in 2010.
“What happened on 8 March was nothing good, its nothing for anyone to be proud of. For the stupid decisions I took, it is something that I will have to live with for the rest of my life. It will haunt me for the rest of my life, ” he said.
He said that the only thing that helped him was prayer. Jub Jub also spoke about the four years he spent behind bars, and said that he was a changed man.
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“Prison is everything that you think and more. There is nothing good, nothing nice about prison. It sharpened my character, it broke me down. At times I found it really hard to cope,” he said.
Jub Jub added that he was grateful to be given a second chance so that he could help make a difference among the youth.
The rapper also thanked SA for being a “forgiving nation,” and revealed that profits from his Ke Kopa Tshwarelo track will be shared with the victims’ families.
Jub Jub and his co-accused Themba Tshabalala were sentenced to eight years in prison for culpable homicide, after crashing their cars into a group of school children in 2010. The accident left four children dead and two others brain damaged.
The pair were released on parole after serving four years of their sentence.
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