- Babes Wodumo slammed the minister of transport, Fikile Mbalula for his femicide comment about people shouln't play the blame game on Twitter
- But Babes then took to Instagram, claiming that her Twitter account had been hacked again
- Hacked or not, Wodumo made a valid point about how the government would feel if the victim was their mother or sister
Babes Wodumo has once again blamed hackers for comments made on her Twitter account, claiming she did not lambaste transport minister, Fikile Mbalula for his femicide comment.
Mbalula sparked a huge debate on social media on Monday when he defended the government after social media blamed them for not doing anything to protect women and children against violence in the country.
It all started when news broke that a 42-year-old man had allegedly confessed to killing UCT student, Uyinene Mrwetyana. During his appearance at the Wynberg Magistrates Court on Monday, the man said he lured the 19-year-old student into the Clareinch Post Office where he had worked. He attacked, raped and killed Mrwetyana.
While social media users blamed the government for not doing enough to protect women from violence and abuse, Mbalula tweeted that it would not help to play the blame game.
“The blame game is not gonna assist. Let’s work together to reverse the scourge of women abuse. We are losing people very close to us.”
But Babes Wodumo slammed the minister for his comment on Twitter, claiming he would not share the same view in the victim was his mother or sister.
Some people agreed with Wodumo and applauded the gqom dancer and singer for calling the minister out, others told her to sit down because she had gone back to her alleged abuser.
Wodumo took to Instagram to distance herself from the comments, claiming she was hacked, again. Take a look at her post below:
Wodumo even tried to prove that her hacker is also demanding money from other people. Take a look at her proof below:
Last month Briefly.co.za reported that Wodumo claimed she had lost access to her Twitter account, after hackers posted a video of her mocking Lady Zamar’s acne.
She later confessed it was her in the video but still claimed she was hacked – that’s how the video got onto social media.
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