Babes Wodumo's brief appearance in the Durban magistrate's court was followed by her dancing as the assault case against her was delayed. She then dashed off to support him in his court appearance.
South African Gqom musician, Babes Wodumo, appeared in the Durban magistrate's court, but it didn't take long.
Babes' assault case was quickly delayed until 30 May, and the singer danced in celebration outside the courtroom.
She then took off to support Mampintsha in his own court case, according to TimesLIVE.
Babes wanted to tell the judge that she and Mampintsha have agreed to have relationship counselling.
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Mampintsha was expected back in the Pinetown Magistrate's Court in Durban on charges relating to the assault of Babes.
A source told Sunday Sun that the Wololo star intended to drop the charges too.
This news won't likely make Babes' father happy, as he is dead set against his daughter dating the man accused of assaulting her.
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