- Gqom artist and celeb couple Babes Wodumo and her husband Mampintsha are grieving the death of a loved one
- The musicians took to social media recently to share that they laid Mampintsha's relative Dumisani Maphumulo to rest
- The popular Durban-based stars posted snaps of the two of them taken while they were at the funeral of the late family member
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Mzansi celeb couple Babes Wodumo and her musician hubby, Mampintsha, are mourning the death of a loved one. Mampintsha took to social media to share with his fans that they buried his "brother" Dumisani Maphumulo recently.
The Gqom artist and his bae posted snaps of the two of them with a few family members while at the funeral of another family member. Taking to Instagram, Mpintsho shared that the funeral went well, considering the sad occasion.
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Late Amapiano artist Mpura's 3 brothers speak at his funeral
In similar news, Briefly News reported that late Amapiano artist Mpura's three brothers loved him so much. The star's young bro's Kagiso, Lesego and Smanga Stuurman spoke lovingly about him during his funeral on Tuesday, 17 August.
They told mourners that Mpura was supportive and gave love to the whole family. The yanos artist was laid to rest in Johannesburg.
According to TshisaLIVE, Kagiso said it is still hard for them to accept that Mpura has passed on. He said the Umsebenzi Wethu hitmaker had done a lot of things for them.
"It’s so hard to accept what’s going on now because he has done so many things for us, for me... Coming to my football matches. He gave us love, to the whole family. I will always love you and keep you inside my heart and mind."
Tweeps shared mixed reactions after watching a snippet of Mpura's brothers' tribute. It was posted on Twitter by @ThabangBando. @Setsumi46089566 commented:
"Made a mistake of watching this while I was in a public place, my tears really don't care where I am. Sekuvele kwa khaleka nje in front of so many people."
"Mpura was a whole man. Hearing this young bro speak amplifies the impact his life had on so many people."