- Mampintsha is trying to improve how South Africans perceive him
- His history of abuse and his career not taking off after going solo has led him to try and improve his image
- His proposal to Babes Wodumo has helped and he is actively trying put a more wholesome image forward
Mampintsha is working hard to improve his image if his latest social media posts are an indication.
His role in Big Nuz made him one of South Africa's favourite artists but since he went solo and the passing of R Mashesha his career has been in a downward spiral.
What damaged his reputation the most was his relationship with Babes Wodumo which revealed that he was abusive towards her when he was caught on an Instagram live feed hitting her.
Since then he has been unable to shake the label of "abuser" which has been quite bad for his career.
His proposal to Wodumo has helped and he has been increasingly trying to put forward a wholesome image of himself.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that tt turns out Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha are determined to air their lifestyle on television. The couple have reportedly signed a deal with Showmax to host a reality show about the two of them and their lives.
Sunday World reported that the deal itself is worth R3 million and involves 13 episodes of reality television. The publication also announced that it would involved insight into their tumultuous relationship, wedding preparations and current careers.
Both Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha were attached to a similar concept in 2019 titled Impilo. That project fell through after the trailer was aired and accusations were hurled that it promoted violence.
In other news, Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have a new docu-series titled Impilo debuting on Moja Love this week.
The three-part docu-series is presented by Jub Jub and follows Babes and Mampintsha in their day-to-day life.
In the raw footage, seen by City Press, an emotional Mampintsha cried as he was interviewed by Jub Jub.
Mampintsha said that when he met Babes she was nobody and he invested a lot of money to make her what she is today.
He said, “When I met Babes, she was nobody and she had nothing."
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