Babes Wodumo's sister says the singer wants to apologise to Lady Zamar

Babes Wodumo's sister says the singer wants to apologise to Lady Zamar

Babes Wodumo is getting a lot of heat after she threw some ugly shade at Lady Zamar's skin problems. However, the singer denied ever doing so and her sister says she is trying to reach out to Zamar to apologise for the whole affair.

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The attention Babes Wodumo is getting these days is anything but positive. She's getting a lot of hate for a video of her mocking Lady Zamar's acne.

This did not go down well with Mzansi and angry tweets soon made sure she was trending on Twitter.

However, the singer has since claimed that she's not behind the video or the arrogant tweet that followed. According to her, she was hacked.

Now, her sister, Ndumiso Simelane, has come to her defence and said Babes is trying to reach out to Lady Zamar to explain the debacle.

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TimesLIVE reports that Babes is hurt by the whole affair.

Ndumiso said:

"Babes' heart is bleeding after the video went viral... She is trying to get hold of Lady Zamar to clear her name regarding the accusations, because the situation is getting out of hand now." gathered that they've been able to identify the man who allegedly hacked Babes' account and they are searching for him.

"We are hunting for him because we want to establish where he got the video from and how he impersonated her in the video. Vodacom is also our witness, because Babes went to the store yesterday after she found out that her number had been hacked."

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All this drama comes after Babes and Mampintsha poured their hearts out in their first joint interview since 'that' video of her and Mampintsha went viral a few months ago.

Eish. Drama seems to follow the singer everywhere.

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