Babes Wodumo's “hackers” are at it again: Wants fans to call her

Babes Wodumo's “hackers” are at it again: Wants fans to call her

Mzansi social media users are playing detective to find out if Babes Wodumo's Twitter account has actually been hacked again, or if the Gqom singer was just looking for attention to grow her fan base.

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Mzansi is confused as to whether Babes Wodumo’s Twitter account is still hacked or not.

The Gqom singer’s account was hacked a few weeks ago, allegedly by a group of women who were apparently looking to extort money from her and cause mayhem in her life.

But eventually the hackers confessed and apologised to Babes Wodumo along with many other Mzansi celebs for the insensitive and unhinged tweets before “supposedly” handing over her account back to her.

But the latest activity on Babes Wodumo’s Twitter account has fans wondering if she’s been hacked again, or if she’s the one behind her recent tweet.

The tweet reads: “To all my fans you can call me now on 081 830 3082 and ask me anything you’ve always wanted to know about me. You can video call as well.”

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So, Babes’ fans took up the challenge and began dialling. This is what one fan had found out. Apparently the number belonged to Babes' manager/sister.

The comments section was also filled with people insinuating that Babes was looking to grow her followers on the platform, hence all the drama.

Here are some of the comments below:

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A week ago, reported that Babes Wodumo’s Twitter account continued to stir chaos, slamming international muso, Davido and blaming Nigerians for the drugs scourge in Mzansi.

Despite Babes claiming that her account was hacked and that she had no control of the content being posted, social media users did not care and instead slammed her for several tweets that was posted that Tuesday evening.

The tweets were addressing the ongoing debate about xenophobia.

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