- Gqom singer, Babes Wodumo, took to social media early this morning, Friday, 2 August, to tease her fans with a big announcement
- Many of the singer's followers are speculating that she is pregnant
- Babes will make her big announcement at 10am today
Babes Wodumo has been rather quiet on social media, ever since her reunion with her manager bae, Mampintsha Shimora.
She has been keeping her social media platforms clean with posts about her up-coming gigs, except for one particular post. Three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes shared a cosy photo with her followers on Twitter and Instagram and captioned it, "Baby Daddy". Fans were really gobsmacked at the idea that the singer could be pregnant.
Then earlier today, Babes, posted a message that sent her fans on high alert and waiting with bated breath for her big announcement. She posted this on Instagram: "So... BIG NEWS! I have a big announcement to make at ... 10am guys."
Babes shared the same post on Twitter as well, which in less than 30 minutes had already gathered 527 likes, 45 retweets and 210 comments.
Most of the gqom singer's followers are speculating that she is pregnant with Mampintsha's baby. Oh the confusion.
Here are some of the comments from Babes's tweet:
Just over two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha had come forward and expressed that they were 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 two weeks ago that Thursday when Babes and Mampintsha appeared in the Pinetown Magistrate’s Court.
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