- Babes Wodumo’s new album is out and the people are loving it
- While the album is hella lit, peeps cannot understand why Babes keeps choosing to have Mampintsha feature on literally every track
- Fans congratulated Babes but let her know how they feel about Mampintsha riding her fame wave
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Babes Wodumo’s new album which obviously features her bae Mampintsha has dropped and it is on absolute fire. The queen of Gqom is back people! While many artists go through some trying times in their personal lives, when they drop good music, there is no denying their craft.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Babes’ new album has just hit Mzansi and fans cannot get enough of it. To say sis has delivered would be too basic for this level of heat.
Babes has taken some time to drop this new album due to personal matters, however, she is back and ready to take back her crown. A little bump in the road wasn’t going to stop her.
Hearing the new album, Babes’ fans were blown away and hella pleased to have her back on the scene. The one thing they are not too pleased about though is that Mampintsha has once again jumped on Babes’ fame and dulled her sparkle.
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Taking to social media, many fans congratulated Babes on producing pure fire but they also asked sis why she keeps letting Mampintsha ride her wave.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have a new docu-series titled Impilo debuting on Moja Love this week.
The three-part docuseries is presented by Jub Jub and follows Babes and Mampintsha in their day-to-day lives. In the raw footage seen by City Press, an emotional Mampintsha cried as he was interviewed by Jub Jub.
Mampintsha said that when he met Babes she was nobody and he invested a lot of money to make her what she is today.
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