- It seems Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo's father have buried the hatchet and made peace
- This comes after the man of God was seen featured in the couple's music video for their soon-to-be released song, Elamonti
- Social media users were quick to spot 'Mr Wodumo' and expressed excitement over the new music
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Babes Wodumo's father, Rev Welcome Simelane, seems to finally be supporting his daughter's relationship with Mampintsha. This comes after the pastor was spotted in a snippet of the couple's upcoming music video.
Mr Simelane had been very vocal about his disapproval of Mandla Maphumulo, better known as Mampintsha. However, fans were in disbelief when they saw the man of God make an appearance in the couple's new song. The song is titled Elamonti after the township Babes Wodumo grew up in.
According to the Daily Sun, Mr Simelane said that he was in the music video to show his daughter some support. He said he trusts that she will make her own wise decisions.
"It is not my decision if Mampintsha is part of her life or not. My job is to support my daughter. That’s all."
Social media users couldn't help but point out Babes' father in the music video. Insta user ebhaliwe said:
"Kukhona ne Nceku kule video (The man of God is in this video)."
"Dankie Mpintsho unkulunkulu uhleze emuhle (Thank you Mpintsho, God is always good)."
"Abathakathi bami ngenhlake manje (The devil will have to step aside now)."
Others were just excited for the pair to release a track - it's been long overdue.
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Meanwhile, Babes Wodumo is getting ready to reclaim her throne as the queen of Gqom. Briefly.co.za reported that Babes appears to be doing well and looking better than ever in a recently leaked video.
In the video, which was posted to Instagram, Babes is seen rocking yellow hair and an over-sized tracksuit as she dances to a killer tune.
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