Even though Jub Jub has made it clear that his wife wants nothing to do with fame, he is starting to become more open about the mystery queen in his life.
Shortly after Jub Jub was released on parole in January last year, he confirmed that he was married but that his love life was off-limits. Now, more than a year later, fans are still waiting to catch a glimpse of his spouse.
During an interview on Metro FM, Jub Jub gushed about her and how she stood by him through thick and thin.
“In other relationships I was in, we were growing into life. This woman has stood the test of time. She was there before, she stood by me through my prison term, through the trials and tribulations. She never judged me, she never cursed me, she never looked at me in a different kind of way,” he said.
Jub Jub added that his wife wants nothing to do with being in the spotlight, which is why Mzansi has not been introduced to her yet.
“She’s not there for the fame, she’s not there for the money, she’s not there for anything, that’s why ya’ll haven’t seen her. One of the mistakes I made was to bring my private life into the public eye. She doesn’t want the fame. She doesn’t want cameras, the pictures, none of that. She doesn’t want to do interviews. She is out of the limelight,” he added.
Jub Jub was released on parole for crashing his car into a group of schoolchildren in 2010, leaving four boys dead and two others seriously injured.
Kelly Khumalo's tell-all interview on MTV Base Africa in June 2016 saw the singer reflect on her troubled past including surviving an alleged abusive relationship with convicted killer Molemo 'Jub Jub' Maarohanye.
One of the aspects of Kelly's life that the interview delved into was her rocky romance with Jub Jub. The singer revealed that she would be lying if she said their romance was all bad.
Kelly recalled how she and Jub Jub met in the industry and before they knew it, they were in love.
"He was very sweet but I think we all lose ourselves especially when drugs are involved. He had his demons and I had mine," Kelly explained.
Kelly did not mince her words when she said she has nothing to feel guilty about, where Molemo is concerned.
When asked by MTV presenter Sizwe Dhlomo what that time was like in her life, Kelly described it as confusing.
"I was left confused, hurt and broken. I was a first time mother and I was trying to support a partner who's very abusive both physically and emotionally. You can only do so much and I remember feeling, I'm tired of this nonsense. There's so much drugging, there's so much abuse – I had enough and I had to let go.
She also made it clear that there's no space for Jub Jub in her life. "For me Molemo doesn't exist."