- Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha got married over the weekend and Mzansi had mixed reactions
- The couple was dressed up in green attire and danced throughout their lovely wedding ceremony
- Social media users were stunned by the footage and had different reactions to the wedding video
Mzansi celebrities Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha got married over the weekend and a snippet was shared on social media. The couple was wearing their traditional attire and looking all sorts of amazing in the colour green.
A social media user with the handle @_ZinyaneLesilo re-shared a video on Twitter of the couple dancing and having a great time. Babes was breaking it down on the dancefloor and her hubby was following closely towards the end of the footage.
Social media users were stunned by the clip - it's not a secret that the couple are the face of the Gqom music genre but fans didn't think they'd go all out during their wedding.
"The attire is hideous, the decor is horrendous, the performance is atrocious. But as long as they’re happy."
"Is it my eyes, or is Mrs Mampintsha preggies?"
"Imagine going to a wedding where they only play Gqom...yoh I would rather off myself."
"Bathong guys wasn't it supposed to be an exclusive for their Showmax show."
Briefly News previously reported that Babes Wodumo celebrated her birthday and pregnancy rumours swirled. Gqom star Babes Wodumo recently celebrated her 27th birthday and she was glowing.
The musician looked stunning in a beautiful nude coloured bodycon dress and a red leather jacket. She also had her hair done in a curly hairstyle, looking classy as ever.
Babes celebrated her birthday at Eyadini Lounge in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal and the venue posted pictures of her special day on their Instagram account.
The pictures look stunning as Babes celebrated with her husband Mampintsha, but fans couldn't help but notice something different about her. Babes seems to have a growing baby bump and fans started to speculate and wonder if she's expecting a baby with her new husband.
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