Babes and Mampintsha pull off first show together since recent drama

Babes and Mampintsha pull off first show together since recent drama

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have pulled off the first leg of their 'Bonnie&Clyde' country-wide tour. Babes was apparently excited about performing with Mampintsha again and it was an energetic performance.

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Despite lots of drama and even court appearances, Babes Wodumo and Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo put on a united front for the first show of their 'Bonnie&Clyde' tour.

Details surrounding the two and their personal lives are really fuzzy. Some reports indicate the two are back together, others imply that Babes is single and ready to move on.

Regardless of all the chaos and drama surrounding them, Babes and Mampintsha successfully kicked off their tour.

Their first performance was at Durban's The Warehouse, as reported on by TshisaLIVE.

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The duo announced their tour earlier this week, and according to Mampintsha's manager, Dogg DBN, their professional relationship is doing better.

Babes apparently looked forward to performing with Mampintsha.

"I am excited. Today I am performing with Mampintsha. It's been a while since we performed together."

Briefly.co.za learnt that DJ Tira and Tipcee also joined in on the fun.

Check out the snaps of the performance, courtesy of TshisaLIVE:

Babes and Mampintsha pull off first show together since recent drama

While on stage, it looked like nothing bad ever happened between these two. (Image Source: TshisaLIVE/Thuli Dlamini)
Source: UGC

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Babes and Mampintsha pull off first show together since recent drama

Babes and Mampintsha's performance was very energetic. (Image Source: TshisaLIVE/Thuli Dlamini)
Source: UGC

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