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Babes Wodumo struggle to let it go after Mampintsha’s death


Babes Wodumo struggle to let it go after Mampintsha’s death

Babes Wodumo is nevertheless choosing up the portions after the demise of her husband, Mampintsha.

Big Nuz member Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo died on December 24 after a minor stroke.

In a latest Facebook stay video, Babes printed season three of their fact exhibit Uthando Lodumo used to be intended to exhibit their white wedding ceremony however now suggests Mampintsha’s funeral instead.

“We were separated by death,” she said.

“God took away what I loved the most.”

Babes said she had lost a number of her friends since Mampintsha’s death and hadn’t seen some of her late husbands friends since the funeral.

“I last saw all of Mampintsha’s friends at his funeral. There’s not even one person.”
When speaking about getting back into the dating pool in future, Babes jokingly spoke of her preference.

“Should I ever decide to date again, I think I prefer to be with a white man, somebody who does not like to talk too much.”

She’s now focusing on the rollout of Mampintsha’s Original Shandis Gin, and releasing music.

“After Mampintsha’s death I was trying to get back on my feet. I’m trying to understand everything but I will be launching everything in due time.”

Mampintsha died on December 24 from complications after a stroke.

Babes Wodumo has urged her fans to vote for Big Nuz’s Ngeke which has been nominated in several categories of the Metro FM Awards.

The clock is ticking and it’s exactly two weeks before the 17th edition of the Metro FM Awards kick off after a lengthy hiatus.

The musician went live on Mampintsha’s Facebook account and shared what the nomination would’ve meant for her late husband.

“Siya vota. Please vote for Big Nuz. Please make sure you vote for Big Nuz. So guys please do me a favour and vote. I will dance. They’ve been nominated in the best duo, best kwaito/gqom and song of the year. Please do this for my husband if he were here he would’ve been happy,” she said.

Babes Wodumo struggle to let it go after Mampintsha’s death

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