- Gqom artist Babes Wodumo took to social media to share a cute throwback of herself and Mampintsha
- The pair are now officially traditionally married after Mampintsha took out lobola for Babes last year
- Social media users commented on the post with some being a little sceptical of the nature of their relationship
Babes Wodumo and her boo Mampintsha are more in love than ever after getting traditionally married. Babes took to Instagram to share some before and after pictures of herself with Mampintsha.
She tagged Mampintsha in the snaps and accompanied her caption with some hearts and kisses emojis.
The couple has been through a lot over the years and has been in the media for the wrong reasons at times. It seems as though the pair has finally found a way to adjust and love each other unconditionally.
After being snubbed at the SAMA awards, she accused personnel of buying the awards. Babes has also been trying to get her career back on track and released a studio album last year titled Indando Kazi.
Social media users reacted to the photos that Babes Wodumo posted on Instagram. Take a look at the reactions below:
@tuhafeni_george_dasilva said: "So you two have been secret lovers even while you were still under age?"
@thedonjela said: "Now he must stop abusing you."
@larachanttel commented: "It's so beautiful to see how it started and how it's going now. There are so many couples who started together but then one of them preferred being single because of money."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Brown Mbombo showed off her sexy Kaizer Chiefs kit. Brown Mbombo is clearly a huge Kaizer Chiefs fan. The gorgeous influencer recently took to social media to share her own specially designed sexy kit. The curvaceous model flaunted the top and skirt and looked absolutely amazing.
Social media users were equally impressed by the outfit. It’s a small consolation because even though the team isn’t doing so great, the fans are still looking fabulous.
Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that Brown had encouraged women to embrace their curves and reminded them that they don't have to skinny or slim to be considered attractive.
Brown wanted women to know that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and that it isn't necessary to starve yourself to achieve the beauty that many feel is expected of them.
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