Babes dragged for singing Mampintsha's song inspired by her abuse

Babes dragged for singing Mampintsha's song inspired by her abuse

Babes Wodumo and the drama with her ex-boyfriend, Mampintsha, has been a hot topic in Mzansi. Now she caused another stir by singing a song that everyone believes was inspired by her abuse.

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Mzansi feels that Babes Wodumo just told everyone to 'voetsek' and mind their own business.

A video of Babes singing Mampintsha's Khona ingane lay’ndlini is doing the rounds on social media, and her supporters are disappointed.

The song is believed to have been inspired by the abuse that Babes suffered at Mampintsha's hands, as reported on by News24.

However, by singing the song herself, people feel that she's showing the country that she doesn't care what they think or feel.

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Perhaps this was Babes' way of showing that she has forgiven Mampinthsa for what he did. The musician apologised to her and the rest of South Africa.

His statement followed a flurry of accusations and court visits after a live video of him beating the SA Gqom star went viral online, as reported on by Briefly.co.za.

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Here's what tweeps had to say about Babes' latest behaviour.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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