- SSouth African dancer and musician Babes Wodumo recently showed off her baby bump
- The media personality was at a party in Soweto with Dbn Gogo, where she was spotted dancing and showing off the growing belly
- Mzansi social media users shared their thoughts about finally seeing and confirming the celeb's pregnancy
Babes Wodumo is ready to pop. The media personality is heavily pregnant but still as light on her feet as she has ever been.
The dancer was recently spotted at the Zone6 nightclub where she was partying it up with Dbn Gogo whole cradling her stomach. The video was shared on social media and prompted mixed reactions from Mzansi.
It was shared by Twitter user @keyselisho along with the caption:
“Babes Wodumo recently stepped out to party with DBN GOGO for her birthday at Zone6 in Soweto.”
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Here are some reactions:
“So happy to see Babes wodumo perfomning again but baby is gonna come out dancing to ipiano.”
“Watching DBN Gogo's IG stories and 2 things are true: 1. She is the coolest dj in Southy 2: Babes Wodumo belongs on the stage. Free Babes man.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Mampintsha’s mom Zama Zuma extended an olive branch to her daughter-in-law Babes Wodumo, real name Bongekile Simelane after the two were embroiled in a nasty war of words. In a candid interview with Briefly News, the 65-year-old woman said she lashed out at Babes Wodumo out of anger.
In a video that went viral, Zuma went on a tirade accusing Babes of controlling Mampintsha, whose real name is Mandla Maphumulo.
She accused her of turning Mampintsha against his family during the couple’s wedding at Ebandla Hotel in Ballito. She went on, saying Babes used every trick in the book to block them from attending the wedding.
But now, she wants to turn a new leaf with her Gqom musician daughter-in-law, who's from Lamontville, south of Durban.
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