- Babes Wodumo and Mandla Maphumulo, aka Mampintsha, are officially engaged
- Mampintsha proposed to Babes while she was live on air and she did not even know if it was real
- The proposal has shocked many and it seems peeps don't know how to be happy for Babes and Mampintsha after all that has happened
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Babes Wodumo and Mandla Maphumulo, aka Mampintsha, have gotten engaged. With all these two have been through, it is totally crazy to think that they have managed to come this far.
Taking to social media with a post that has shocked many, DJ Tira shared a clip of Mampintsha proposing to Babes while she was live on air.
The video shows Mampintsha getting down on one knee next to Babes and asking for her hand in marriage, Babes was taken aback and did not know if what was happening was actually real or not.
“Congrats Babes and Mampintsha.”
Mampintsha confirmed the proposal when he posted a picture of him, Babes and a bunch of friends having a celebratory dinner. What a wow!
“Late night dinner AFTER PROPOSAL.”
Social media has blown up over the proposal with some not even knowing how to feel and others being extremely happy for Babes and Mampintsha. What a way to start a Friday, neh!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that when South Africans heard about the upcoming new documentary starring Babes Wodumo and her bae, Mampintsha, they had doubts.
Then a teaser of part of Impilo was released and peeps were convinced that this is one show they'd rather skip.
The duo shot a three-part docu-series and in one of the scenes, Babes mercilessly punches Mampintsha after he refuses to give her a bank card.
It was also reported that Babes Wodumo uploaded a post on Instagram in which she admitted that she had made mistakes in her past and warns young people that the future is in their hands.
Babes has had a rocky past and soon after rocketing to national fame, the pressure started to show and her private life increasingly encroached on her career. With this post, Wodumo seems to be telling young people to take responsibility for their lives and make good decisions.
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