- Babes Wodumo gave a fire performance at today's Durban Rocks show, which was broadcast on Channel O
- The gorgeous gqom artist was uncharacteristically covered up and her modest attire prompted peeps to speculate that she might be expecting
- Babes and her bae, Mampintsha, are still going strong and she brought him out onto the Durban Rocks stage with her
Babes Wodumo is back with a bang and doing amazing things. The star dropped a killer album yesterday and cemented her place as the queen of gqom with an amazing performance at the Durban Rocks show.
Babes wore an oversized jacket for the performance and was covered up from head to toe. This is uncharacteristic of Babes, who has an incredibly sexy body and normally loves to show it off.
The change in dress code prompted folk to speculate that the star might be expecting. Babes' moves were as energetic and hyped as ever - peeps definitely loved seeing her back on stage doing her thing and she positively stole the show, quickly becoming a trending topic.
Loyiso Matebese asked, "Am I the only one who thinks Babes Wodumo is pregnant?"
Sweetness Siweya said, "Our Babes Wodumo is pregnant. As a mother of twin girls, I can tell. I love pregnant women."
@Joe97604517 wrote, "Babes Wodumo is pregnant. Check her ankles, (they) are swollen. Congratulations to her. But (she) can dance shame, she brings the game to life."
While many artists go through some trying times in their personal lives, when they drop good music, there is no denying their craft and Babes is one such legend.
In other news, Briefly.co.za Sjava left social media users in complete disbelief after he shared two throwback photos. He claimed they were from when he was younger.
Many are still reeling from seeing a fresh-faced and beardless Sjava. Sjava posted the two photos on Twitter and Instagram and they immediately trended.
The musician did not seem to realise the fuss he had caused with the post. In the Insta post, he claimed the pictures were from 2008.
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