- Social media users refuse to believe Mampintsha's recent response regarding his sudden weight-loss
- Mampintsha said he "always wanted to be a size 32" and that his weight loss was a result of "a healthy eating routine"
- Fans believe that he is definitely hiding something, especially with a video that has suddenly resurfaced about Mampintsha allegedly promoting unsafe sex
Despite Mampintsha Shimora addressing the rumours about his sudden weight-loss, social media users are not convinced, and believe now more than ever, that the Kwaito artist is suffering from some chronic illness.
Briefly.co.za learnt that when Mampintsha addressed trolls recently, he told them to go purchase Ilanga Langesonto if they wanted clarity on his weight loss.
But the rumour mill won’t stop. People are saying that there is more to his story other than his explanation that he “always wanted to be a size 32” and having “a healthy eating routine”.
The Gqom singer and producer told haters in a video that it is their business if they still believe that he is sick. But that video has only raised more concerns and suspicions from fans who believe there is definitely something up with Mampintsha.
Then, according to ZAlebs, another video resurfaced which was released prior to the video above (or initial video) in wgich Mampintsha was heard promoting unsafe sexual intercourse.
Mampintsha's latest posts on social media, which including his statement and the videos, have resulted in fans believing there is something that has really affected the singer's health for him to look so sickly.
Here are some of the comments that have been trending on Twitter:
Meanwhile, three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mandla 'Mampintsha' Maphumulo got social media streets talking when a video of a skinnier him went viral.
In the video, Mampintsha could be seen dancing, and tweeps were quick to start diagnosing him with various diseases, making him trend on Twitter.
Some even went as far as saying that whatever is happening to the muso, he deserves it.
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