Looks like Mzansi had the wool pulled over its eyes yet again when Babes Wodumo reaffirmed her relationship with Mampintsha in a steamy birthday message on social media.
Gqom singer, Babes Wodumo, couldn’t resist the opportunity to declare her love for the star as her birthday wish for him.
She took to social media - both her Instagram and Twitter accounts - to post a selfie-style steamy video of the two of them in a hot tub. Babes was seen wearing a black swimsuit, sitting next to Mampintsha, who was dressed in a boxer shorts.
Babes was obviously proving that she was definitely serious about her relationship with Mampintsha and showed it in a very provocative way. She also wrote a brief but clear message which accompanied the video: “Happy birthday. I love you Mampintsha,” she wrote.
Mzansi was burned once before when they chose to take sides after Babes shared a video of an alleged assault. But not this time.
Most social media users decided to stick with the advice of rapper AKA in which he said “Drink water and just mind your business and mind it, mind it, mind it!”
This must have been the first time social media has seen that many bottles of water in a comment section, which was on Babes’ timeline on both her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Here are some of the reactions:
Meanwhile a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Gqom singer, Babes Wodumo has spoken out about her journey into the entertainment industry and her “strength” as she strives to live up to legends she’s been compared to; but also expressed that it hasn’t all been easy.
The Wololo hit-maker has dominated the headlines for everything but her music and talents of late. Babes took to Instagram to remind her followers that she has been dubbed a “national treasure” and been compared to the legendary Brenda Fassie and Lebo Mathosa.
She wrote: “When most people called me the next Lebo Mathosa or Brenda Fassie ngavele ngabona bedlala ngami but these days I sit and wonder, Father are you sure?” she asked.
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