- Babes Wodumo's "hackers" have confessed to posting insulting comments from her account
- They also apologised to those Mzansi celebs who they defamed on social media
- But before the "hackers" could hand over the account back to Babes Wodumo, they took one last jab at TV star, Bonnie Mbuli
The alleged “hackers” behind Babes Wodumo’s Twitter account have broken their silence and confessed to their crimes on social media.
The perpetrators confessed and apologised through Babes' Twitter account, for the series of nasty posts which have caused the Gqom singer nothing but embarrassment and trouble over the past few weeks.
“This is not Babes Wodumo. She is totally correct when she said her account was hacked. We would like to apologise as the hackers to @mbaululaFikile, @TiwaSavage, @lasiszwe, @pearlthusi and @pennylebyane [and] for reckless and disrespectful tweets at @ladyzamar,” they tweeted.
The alleged “hackers” also apologised for the xenophobic tweets that they posted last week.
“Fellow Zimbabweans and Nigerians, it was not Babes who tweeted regarding the xenophobic attacks, it was us the hackers,” they tweeted.
The “hackers” who said they are a group of females, also claimed they would now give back Babes Wodumo’s account and vowed never to attack a celebrity’s social media account again.
They continued their explanation in a series of tweets, before deleting the posts.
“We promise not to hack any ones Twitter and that you guys will treat Babes Wodumo [well] and continue [to] book her for shows and interviews.
"The previous tweets have been deleted and we sincerely apologise. Babes will be given her account today.”
But before they handed over the account back to Babes Wodumo, they served a final shot against TV presenter, Bonnie Mbuli, apparently over her Twitter shade at rapper, Sho Madjozi.
But Briefly.co.za learnt that the account has since been deleted from Twitter.
Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes used her Instagram account to deny the insulting tweets, and she even advised her fans to report the account to the social media authorities.
Babes Wodumo made headlines for being hacked so often that it's becoming silly. Many people feel sorry for the Gqom singer and her bad luck, but more people are convinced it's all an act to avoid accountability for the things she says.
Whatever the case, Babes is insisting that she's been hacked and is asking her followers to report her Twitter account and help her put an end to it.
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