- Babes did the thing and attended Mampintsha’s event eventhough they have beef
- She made her entry to the event with hired bodyguards at her side and they would not even let her be interviewed
- Apparently she made a rocking performance and held her head up high
After a recent very public break up, Babes Wodumo still attended Mampintsha’s event. She gave an outstanding performance.
‘We love West Ink’ event was held at Artizen Restaurant and Lounge in KwaMashu in KZN, on Friday. The event’s main purpose was to support Mampintsha after the negativity he received from the press regarding the allegations made by Babes, reported the Daily Sun.
Organiser Philani Ngwenya spoke to SunBuzz prior to the show. Ngwenya said that they had two surprise artists that would be performing.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Babes made her entry to the event with hired bodyguards at her side. The crowd was in awe when they saw Babes arriving.
The last person the crowd was expecting to see was Babes. Some attending the event told SunBuzz they were shocked that Babes was going to perform as this was an occasion meant to console and reassure her ex-fiance.
There was no interaction between Babes’s camp and Mampintsha and his team. SunTeam attempted to interview Babes, but her bodyguards intervened and said she would only be available for comment after her performance.
Directly after her performance, Babes left then venue.
Afrotainment boss, DJ Tire was the second surprise act. Tire’s performance was after Mampintsha’s and like Babes, he too left right after he came off stage.
DJ Merlon, Bullistic and Zakwe were the other artists that kept the crowd going.
Ngwenya stated that the booking of the artists at the event were the responsibility of himself and Mampintsha.
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