- Mzansi Gqom artist Babes Wodumo has been hacked once again
- Babes' boyfriend and business partner Mampintsha told his fans that the eLamont hitmaker's WhatsApp account has been hacked
- Mzansi social media users have shared mixed reactions to Babes' latest hacking
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First it was her Instagram, then Twitter and now Babes Wodumo's WhatsApp account has been hacked. The "unbelievable" news was shared by the queen of Gqom's boyfriend and business partner, Mampintsha, on Twitter recently.
The musician, who recently released a hot album titled Idandokazi, has recently been on the news for all the right reasons before the story of her WhatsApp surfaced.
Geego Live shared that Babes' account has been hacked and Mampinthsa retweeted their tweet. He asked Mzansi to RT the post so that more people are aware of the hack. Geego had posted:
"Breaking news: Babes Wodumo's WhatsApp is hacked! Please do not entertain any messages from her number!"
Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the eLamont hitmaker's latest hacking. Some believe that it is just a PR stunt that Mampintsha has adopted to promote his artist.
"I don't know if I should believe these two or not."
"Babes Wodumo Twitter, Instagram and Whatsapp accounts were once hacked... starting to believe that it’s Mampintsha doing that."
"Don't send her data, it's not Babes she is hacked."
"Lol, Babes is always hacked."
"Last time we got ourselves involved it turned out that we were being fooled."
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Babes has shared a video of herself recording gospel music. The daughter of a pastor also surprised her fans a few days ago by returning to church and praising God.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kelly Khumalo has responded to the criticism she got after she painted her face black in her latest music video. The songstress dresses in ancient Egyptian royal clothing and she looks very dark in the Empini music video.
The stunner has expressed that it's a "shame" that people see "even something as simple as art" as a threat against their skin colour. Empini has been doing very well in terms of radio airplay and it is also one of the most streamed songs on major music streaming services.
Seeing the success of the song, the singer decided to shoot and release its music video. While some of her fans love the music video, some people have criticised the artist for darkening her skin in the video. Kelly told TshisaLIVE that she knew the criticism would come.
"I cannot blame them, a lot has happened where black people are concerned. It is such a shame that we see everything as a threat against our skin colour, even something as simple as art."
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