South Africans react to news of doccie about Babes and Mampintsha

South Africans react to news of doccie about Babes and Mampintsha

- Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha will give SA a peek inside their lives with a new docu-series, Impilo

- The show will soon be aired on Moja Love

- However, it doesn't look like South Africans are looking forward to the show in the least

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Easily one of Mzansi's most controversial couples, Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha, are soon hitting SA screens in a docu-series.

The series, titled Impilo, will give viewers a look inside their lives. However, it seems like this is one ride no one wants to be part of.

Briefly.co.za has noticed that the show isn't creating any buzz and few people are even talking about it on social media streets.

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From what can be found comments and remark-wise, no one is eager to see more of the couple and what they get up to.

Twitter user @Lethabo73936415 said:

"I am not watching, I am minding my own business."

This seems to be a sentiment shared by other social media users as well.

@NteyiZuki

"No, I ain't watching."

Another tweep seemed unimpressed with the idea of the show.

With so little interest in the show, it may not do very well. Since it's only a three-part series, those who want to see something 'better' on TV won't have to wait too long.

Then again, many people claim to not be interested in Babes' life yet they follow all news about her.

Earlier, it was reported that the show has some intense scenes that await the peeps who do end up watching it.

In one scene, a seemingly intoxicated Babes is seen hitting Mampintsha several times and throwing a drink at him.

She even hits Jub Jub when he intervenes to try and make peace between the two. The altercation begins after Mampintsha refuses to give Babes a bank card.

You can't say it won't be something that will be not be remembered.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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