Looks like Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have agreed to resolve their relationship issues, but have the assault charges against Mampintsha been dropped?
Mandla Maphumulo, who is better known as Mampintsha, appeared in the Pinetown Magistrate’s Court on the charges of assault against the Gqom artist, Bongekile Simelane, who is better known as Babes Wodumo, but it looks like they are gonna reconcile.
According to News24, the court heard that both parties agreed to an intervention from the Family and Marriage Society of SA (FAMSA). The organisation provides counselling, education and training for South Africans who want and need help with relationship issues.
Babes was dressed in a black evening dress and seemed more relaxed now. She even shared a lift with Mampintsha and his party after his case. Take a look below.
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Babes appeared in the Durban Magistrate's Court earlier today for an assault matter and then rushed to Pinetown to support Mampintsha in his case.
It was reported that although the couple appeared amicable, they looked tense. They declined to speak to a large group of journalists when asked for comment outside the court.
Mampintsha’s lawyer, Pay Magwaza, also declined to comment about the couple’s relationship status. Mampintsha was granted R2 000 bail at his previous court appearance.
The Kwaito singer was arrested in March after a video of him launching a physical attack on Babes went viral. Babes shared the video on her Instagram Live, which was seem by most of Mzansi.
Although the court ordered Mampintsha not to have any contact with Babes, the duo released a music video on Instagram of a song called Khona Ingane Lay’Ndlini. The video featureds Babes alongside DJ Tira and Campmaster and even featured some material related to their recent issues.
Mampintsha and Babes will return to the Pinetown Magistrate's Court on 11 July .
Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes Wodumo's brief appearance in the Durban Magistrate's Court was followed by her dancing; she managed to postpone her assault charge case to 30 May. She then dashed off to support Mampintsha in his court appearance.
South African Gqom musician, Babes Wodumo, appeared in the Durban Magistrate's Court, but it didn't take long. She managed to postpone her assault charges case to a later date and then did a Vosho dance, which was caught on video, before she dashed off to support Mampintsha in his case earlier today.
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