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Video: Babes Wodumo pops champagne at Mampintsha’s grave

Popular South African Gqom artist and choreographer, Bongekile Mildred Simelane, better known as Babes Wodumo pops champagne at her late husband, Mampintsha’s grave.

It’s been over six months since the talented house musician died. Since then, Babes Wodumo has been on and off social media as she found time to heal.

She faced many challenges soon after her lover’s death, but it seemed she was past it. Babes seemed to be celebrating Mampintsha’s life more than mourning him.


Visiting him at his grave, Babes Wodumo impressed fans with what she did.

She didn’t have any words, but fans and even fellow celeb Nomcebo Zikode were impressed.

“uma kuyintando yakhe kulungile, Be strong my love🤍❤️”

Mampintsha was one of the finest vocalists of his generation when House music was at its best.

He raised many stars in the music industry, and fans loved him so much for his vibes.

Even Babes Wodumo was one of the stars Mampintsha raised as they fell in love.

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha

When he lost his life in December 2022, Mampintsha left many fans heartbroken, and so was Babes.

Undoubtedly, Mampintsha left fans with a lot of good music, and today, many fans are celebrating his life with Babes.



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Ama Qamata

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