- South African singer and dancer Babes Wodumo has left Mzansi in disbelief after she released a video blasting single mothers
- In the clip, Babes could be seen dancing while talking about how she did not have her child out of wedlock
- The footage has since gone viral online as social media users weighed in on the clip and Babes Wodumo's state of mind while making it
Babes Wodumo is a new wife and mother but it seems nothing has really changed with Mzansi’s favourite bad girl.
The media personality recently shared a video online where she blasted women who had children out of wedlock.
Babes said that she was not interested in issues from single mothers.
“You see this thing of crying about your baby daddy who left you, don't do that with me. I got married then I had a child so don't compare yourselves with me. Do not compare your baby daddies with me. This has nothing to do with me.”
The clip had no context and no explanation as to why she delved into this particular topic.
However, what struck many was the fact that Babes did not look in her right state while making the video. She looked dazed and was dancing while speaking. Of course this could all be nothing as Babes is known for always being on her feet.
Commenting on the video, social media users had a lot to say:
@khawula musa: “Babes Wodumo is saying she got married then had a baby so y'all shouldn't compare her to y'all baby daddies who left y'all.”
“Is she on drugs?”
Babes had been enjoying motherhood and has even created a social media account for the little baby.
Introducing Sponge Wodumo: Babes and Mampintsha create online presence for baby
The couple are still not revealing the baby’s real name. The musicians opted to hilariously call the baby Sponge after Mampintsha’s mother accused Babes of using a sponge to fake her pregnancy.
It’s clear that one of the parents are using the account to talk on behalf of the baby and the results have been hilarious.
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Source: Briefly News