Mzansi Celebs

This must be a sign’: Babes Wodumo on special Mampintsha tribute

Musician and dancer Babes Wodumo has shared a moment regarding her late husband Mampintsha – real name Mandla Maphumulo – that made her feel warm and fuzzy inside.

Babes Wodumo

The Big Nuz group member succumbed to a stroke on 24 December and Babes has previously expressed how hard life is without him. In an Instagram post a few days ago, the Wololo hitmaker – real name Bongekile Simelane – shared that she was about to go to work when her husband and father of her son appeared on her TV screen.

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha

“As I’m about to leave for my gigs SABC Sport sends a tribute with Mampintsha Shimora with all the legends of the world. This must be a sign,” Babes wrote. In April, Babes took to Facebook to express her loneliness and pain, saying “God took away what I loved most.”

The Shut Up and Groove singer also said that some of her husband’s friends have since deserted her. I last saw Mampintsha’s friends at his funeral. There’s not even one person.

Babes also left many puzzled when she revealed in the video that she was lonely and looking for love. In the video, the singer also revealed that she prefers a white partner because they don’t talk much.

“Personally I prefer a white partner because they don’t talk too much. What is your suggestion because I’m really horny and it’s not funny anymore? It’s now getting to my head,” she said. In response to Babes Wodumo’s video, her sister-in-law Pinky Gumede told Daily Sun that she does not have a problem with her finding a man again because she is still young.

Source:  news365

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