Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo left South Africans in awe after news of their re-union went viral following the drop of their single titled, Khona Iyngane Lay’Ndlini (meaning: “There are children in the house”)
The celebrity lovers got social media peeps woke to an abuse video in March which pictured Mampintsha as the bad person who couldn’t control his anger as he slapped Babes repeatedly in the video.
However, the table is turned around, as Babes Wodumo is now the bad person who betrayed and took for granted, everyone’s support and trust, after walking back to the arms of the man who hit her severally.
The news of Mampintsha slapping Babes Wodumo was later taken to court but Mam was bailed out.
The industry was against Mampintsha’s ugly act and he issued out an apologetic letter publicly.
But, it’s quite amazing to see both personalities together, denying the abuse video to be real.
Babes and Mam said it was just a public stunt and a staged act for the video of their latest single.
Followers came to a conclusion of staying off celebrities issues by minding their business.
Reactions be like:
#wodumo literally went online with her stupid boyfriend and made fun of every single abusive victim out there!
I don’t need such in my life nor the next pic.twitter.com/YadPqgaluY
— 🍃Stoned Advocate🇿🇦 (@MoSativa) May 4, 2019
That video was not a publicity stunt they’re making it seem like one because Babes values her career and probably thinks she’ll be nothing without Mapintsha. At least that’s my opinion anyways. #wodumo
— Drop of Jupiter (@x_mkhizeHER) May 3, 2019
— GeorGe oa Tsebe🇿🇦 (@unbiGotedG) May 3, 2019
Now y’all keep saying “mind your own business” like #wodumo didn’t post that video for public reaction and just how violent the video was so basically you say people shouldn’t react to domestic abuse #Mampintsha pic.twitter.com/8253oJFLht
— Nomtee✨ (@NomteeB) May 4, 2019
— UmsaWaSipho (@Nhlaka_McEezo) May 3, 2019
— Hloni Nyetanyane (@HloniNyetanyane) May 3, 2019
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