- Babes Wodumo made a shocking revelation during her interview with Metro FM's Masechaba Ndlovu and Mo Flava on Friday
- The South African hit-maker accused her former fiance, Mampinstha, of physically assaulting her
- Now, he went on the same show to try and clear his name, but South Africans feel he did more harm than good
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Wadumo opened up about her relationship with her music producer and ex-fiance, where she made some serious allegations against him.
Local celeb and songbird, Babes Wodumo spoke about how her former fiance, and musical collaborator, Mampintsha had posted on her Instagram account without her knowledge to make it appear they were still together despite having broken up.
And, by listening to his interview with Metro FM on Monday, it is cleat Mampintsha has not yet received the message.
“There is a third person pushing this, in relationships, there is no one who does not have problems in their relationship, there’s never been anyone who was punched, bleeding or had a broken leg. That’s why people are even asking where is the broken leg? Where are the doctor’s notes? Since I started dating and working with Babes people have always had issues with that.", he said during the interview.
He then accused Ndlovu of pushing an issue, which refers to an alleged bloody nose and broken leg, to the point that even Wodumo was confused.
"The problem is that you (Ndlovu) you were the person who was speaking a lot, speaking for Babes as if you know Babes. You were the one speaking about the punches and so forth I even got confused as to why was Babes not speaking because she was the one in the relationship, because the things you were discussing about punches and the breaking of legs has never happened."
Mampintsha then denied any knowledge of him and Wodumo breaking up, adding he first heard of the split on her radio interview on Friday.
He also posted a video on social media Saturday, where he said he "lived" for Wodumo and she knows he is not a monster, adding it was an enemy trying to get between them.
However, South Africans were not having it, and they took to social media to share their anger on Mampintsha's "poor attempt" of an excuse for what he allegedly did.
Meanwhile, since Wodumo opened up about the alleged assault, she has received protection from police minister Bheki Cele.
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