- Musical artist Mampintsha is getting ready to tie the knot with his longtime girlfriend, "Gqom Queen" Babes Wodumo
- Lobola negotiations are set to take place over the next week or so to seal the deal between the love birds
- The two have had a whirlwind romance but now it seems as though they are ready to take things to the next level
Mampintsha is ready to spend the rest of his life with Babes Wodumo. According to a report by Sunday World, the musical artist is sending cows to his bae's family and by this time next week, they will be traditionally married.
Mampintsha is sending his uncles to pay lobola for Babes and the moment is going to be captured on their reality show, which will be airing on the streaming site Showmax.
A family member to Mampintsha shared that he was thrilled to be making this commitment to his boo.
"He has made up his mind and wants to spend the rest of his life with Babes. He was also getting a lot of pressure from the Simelanes, who are very religious, to put a ring on it, because the two were living together," said the family source.
The two got engaged during a radio interview on Gagasi FM in October and are excited to be entering a life of wedded bliss together.
Sources close to the couple have expressed their nervousness at their union because the two have had a tumultuous romance, but now it seems as though things have settled down.
"They know that deep down these two love each other,” said a friend of the couple.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thomas Gumede supported his bae Zola Nombona on her 1st day at work. Even SAFTA winners get nervous on their first day of work. Actress Zola Nombona took to social media to share with her followers that it was her first day at work today and she felt the nerves.
Her bae and baby daddy Thomas Gumede reassured her that it was going to be fine, replying to her tweet.
"Nerves are good. You’re gonna kill it, you’re one of the most talented actresses in the world!" said Thomas.
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