- Babes Wodumo took to social media to share a photo of her and Mampintsha, along with a cryptic message
- She called Mampintsha her 'baby daddy' - could this mean she's pregnant?
- Her fans are in divided in their response to her news
Mzansi was blown away after Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha started working together again in their career, following the backlash of the alleged domestic attack on Babes Wodumo a few months ago.
Despite the pair laying charges against each other and their so-called separation, they eventually dropped the charges and decided to get back together. Even the courts agreed that they needed to go to FAMSA, a mediation therapy for couples.
But Babes latest social media post on both her Instagram and Twitter platforms have given us a clue as to why they possibly decided to reunite. Babes shared a cute picture of the two of them with a cryptic message. In two simple words, she wrote: "Baby Daddy".
After sharing the above snap, her followers were divided in their thoughts. Some speculated that Babes was pregnant and that's why she reconciled with Mampintsha.
Could this be true? Or are they truly in love and happy together. Others chose to share memes of drinking water and minding their own business.
Here are a few comments from her tweet:
About two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have come forward and expressed that they are looking forward to putting the March madness incident behind them.
The drama between Babes and Mampintsha angered fans more than anything, especially now that they have decided to reconcile after all the commotion they caused.
Briefly.co.za knows that both the artists have dropped the charges that they laid against one another. Babes and Mampintsha have once again decided to give their relationship a chance despite the state that it has been in.
National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Natasha Kara confirmed that all charges had officially been dropped last week Thursday when Babes and Mampintsha appeared in the Pinetown Magistrate’s Court.
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