Calls to ban Mampintsha's music from radio stations increase

Calls to ban Mampintsha's music from radio stations increase

It seems South Africans are truly and deeply dissatisfied with Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo and want to mute him. Since a video of him getting physically violent with his girlfriend, Babes Wodumo, has been shared, Mzansi's calls to have him boycotted have grown ever louder.

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The music industry has joined the rest of South Africa in backing Babes Wodumo. She shared a video on social media showing the abuse she suffered at the hands of her boyfriend, Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo, and Mzansi wants justice.

Mampintsha has since disappeared, according to the latest reports, but that won't stop people from doing what they can to bring him down.

Local musicians and bigshots in the music world have decided to turn their backs on the musician, according to a report by The Sowetan.

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Calls to boycott Mampintsha's music have grown louder as Mzansi supports Babes. People want his music completely removed from radio stations as soon as possible.

It seems that no one wants to hear his music while there hasn't been justice for Babes yet.

Babes has since opened a case of assault at the Westville police station.

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Even politicians have reacted with anger at what happened to Babes:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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