- Babes Wodumo has taken her talent back to church, singing praise and worship
- Babes has been through the most the past few years and the public are pleased to see her finding herself again
- Taking to social media with a clip of herself at church, Babes proudly let her followers know where she was at
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Babes Wodumo has decided to get back into church and was seen singing praise at a recent gathering. Being the daughter of a pastor, Babes has had Jesus running in her veins from before she was born.
Being in the limelight can often make one stray from their roots, similar to what happened in Babes’ case. Sometimes it takes a hard knock to remind peeps of what is important and fans are hoping this is a turning point for the Gqom artist.
Briefly.co.za learnt that a clip of Babes singing in church has had many feeling some type of way. Fans are positive that this is a step in the right direction for her.
Babes has been through the most the past few years and the public have questioned whether or not her life would ever take a turn for the better. Being the daughter of a pastor has not always been easy for Babes but she’s always had the support of her family.
Taking to social media with a clip of her at church, Babes proudly let her followers know where she was at. She captioned it with "At church izolo kwamaphumulo kodwa izinwele zami guys," which translates to "At church yesterday at the Maphumulo's. My hair though guys."
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Babes, honey keep doing your thing and let Jesus guide you!
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu recently shared a heartwarming photo with Babes Wodumo. In the pic, Zodwa was holding Babes’ hand and leading her somewhere.
In the caption, Zodwa said that she was Babes Wodumo’s older sister. The photo was taken at the #VulaPresident protests which were held in Durban on Wednesday morning.
Many appreciated seeing Zodwa in a more maternal role as she guided Babes Wodumo away from the fray.
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