- Mampintsha has been criticised for taking the shine away from Babes Wodumo yet again
- The Wololo hitmaker was recently awarded a platinum plaque for her highly successful debut album
- Mampintsha took to social media to credit himself in the win and some Babes Wodumo fans were not having it
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Mampintsha has given a spicy response to critics who complained about him stealing Babes Wodumo's shine yet again. The songstress was recently awarded a platinum plaque for her first album Queen of Gqom, Vol. 1.
The musician took to social media to celebrate the win and Mampintsha was not far behind. The Big Nuz musician also posted about the win and credited himself in the accomplishment.
Some Babes Wodumo fans did not take a liking to him dulling her shine yet again.
However, Mampintsha decided to respond this time. He said that he would celebrate her wins because he invested a lot of money in her.
“I apologise but I used a lot of money here ... That’s why (I'm celebrating) ... I’m sorry, I’m a businessman. God is here again."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Babes Wodumo's new hit eLamont is on high rotation on national radio and TV stations.
The self-proclaimed Queen of Gqom music's song has even captured the global audience. As usual, the Lamontville-born musician features her favourite collaborator and boyfriend Mampintsha on the joint.
Babes has made it clear that she's still the Queen of Gqom music.
The star has expressed that she never took off her Gqom crown and has never fallen off her throne. Judging by the raving reviews her song has garnered on social media, Babes still remains the queen of the sound made popular by Durban musician.
Babes told TshisaLIVE that she's not "reclaiming the crown" because she never stepped away from her throne. "I don't think my crown was ever off my head, I remain the queen of gqom until I decide otherwise!"
The publication reports that Babes completely shut down the pregnancy rumours that surfaced after her music video for eLamont was released. She said people loved jumping to conclusions whenever she was involved.
"I still have a lot of things I need to achieve before that time comes." The stunner also emphasised that Mampintsha is the only one who understands her and the type of Gqom she makes, hence she always features him in her songs.
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