- Mampintsha has clearly heard the grumbling about being featured in every Babes Wodumo track
- He took to social media to jab at the critics by using lyrics from a popular Babes Wodumo song
- Social media users had mixed reactions to his humour, some laughed along with him while others remained unimpressed
Mampintsha has taken to social media to take a jab at critics who have complained about him being on every Babes Wodumo track. Many have even gone as far as accusing him of dimming the starlet's shine.
Mampintsha has obviously heard the criticism and has taken note of it. He took to Twitter and shared his response to the complaint.
"Thank you Babes for featuring me."from one of Babes' songs, saying:
"Thank you Babes for featuring me"
His jab was met with mixed reactions from social media users. Some caught the joke and laughed along, while others were completely unamused. It seems some are not ready to forgive him for what he did to Babe Wodumo. The pair's controversial relationship is still fresh in many people's minds. Twitter user BeeKay808 sai:
"Didn’t you feature yourself on her album kanti?"
"Dankie Babes for 'fishering' uShimora..."
"Like she had a choice..."
"In 13 songs, you are featured in 9 of them. You also own the record label she is under. I wonder how many of these songs reflect as the writer kwaSamro. What kind of supremacy is this?"
"Promoting your personal person now, that's good."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Tira's wife, Gugu, has come out to show support to Malusi Gigaba's estranged wife, Norma.
The politician's wife is currently embroiled in a legal battle with her husband after it was alleged that she damaged a car that was in his possession. A video of a vandalised Mercedes G-Wagon trended on social media recently and it was reported that Norma Gigaba was responsible for the damage.
Many have distanced themselves from the matter but Gugu Khathi is one of the few celebrities who have publicly stood by Norma.
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