‘Please forgive me’: Mampintsha’s public apology to Babes Wodumo and SA

‘Please forgive me’: Mampintsha’s public apology to Babes Wodumo and SA

- Mampitsha has issued a public apology to Babes Wodumo and SA as a whole

- This statement follows a flurry of accusations and court visits after a live video of Mampintsha beating the SA Gqom star went viral online

- In his apology, Mampintsha told the public that he is “In a dark place”

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Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo, who was recently accused of assault, has issued an apology in the form of an open letter to Babes Wodumo and South Africa as a whole.

Mampintsha was arrested earlier this month after a live video of the musician beating his girlfriend, Babes Wodumo, was shared online.

Mampintsha was released on R2000 bail and has subsequently opened a counter assault case against Babes.

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The musician of Big Nuz fame has issued a lengthy statement, claiming that he is “In a dark place” and that he let his emotions get the best of him.

"South Africa, I'm sorry! I know many of you don't want to hear it kodwa from the bottom of my heart, I would like to send my deepest and humblest apologies," Mampintsha wrote.

The statement also included a vow to seek counseling and an apology to Babes’ family.

Briefly.co.za gathered that a handful of followers are happy that Mampintsha has issued the statement and commend him on his honesty.

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However, most are still angry and are unconvinced that an apology can fix what Mampintsha did.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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