Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo prove that they are still going strong

Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo prove that they are still going strong

- Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo are madly in love and there's nothing anyone can do about it

- The controversial pair recently posted lovey-dovey snaps praising each other on social media

- Mampintsha was once caught slapping Babes on an Instagram Live during a heated argument

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Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha are still standing strong as a couple.

They have faced quite a few challenges in their relationship, including public humiliation and immense disapproval from the country when Mampintsha hit Babes during an argument at their home.

The entire incident was captured on Babes' Instagram Live.

Mampintsha later apologised and said he and Babes were determined to work on their relationship.

It appears all is well as the house musician recently referred to Babes as his "wife."

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He posted a picture of the stunner rocking pink hair and looking absolutely gorgeous.

Mampintsha added a host of heart emojis next to his caption.

We don't know if the "wife" title is official yet, but Babes and Mampintsha do sometimes pose with wedding rings on.

Babes and Mampintsha had another drama earlier this year when they filmed for Moja Love.

Briefly.co.za reported that Babes was captured, on camera, beating Mampintsha and Jub Jub.

A seemingly intoxicated Babes was filmed hitting Mampintsha several times and throwing a drink at him.

She even hit Jub Jub when he intervened to try and make peace between the two.

Apparently, the altercation began after Mampintsha refused to give Babes a bank card.

The rowdy couple managed to prevent their planned docu-series from airing after they realised it would be bad for their image.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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