Bongekile Simelane, better known as Babes Wodumo is a South African qom artist and choreographer. He became famous after releasing their hit single "Wololo", in 2016. The song was released later on his debut studio, Gqom Queen, which was released in late 2016. Wikipedia
Participants in the media would have noticed that Babes and Mampintsha were recently celebrating Babes of Fame. This was surprising when Mzansi saw him in pictures showing his bump. But the people were overjoyed at the two lovebirds as they waited for their first child.
In a recent post on Facebook Babes Wodumo posted a picture of Mampintsha and their baby. It was just the sight of the child's feet and Mampintsha had placed them on his face. This was something that many fans thought was a good thing. People could not help but thank the couple for their new journey of parenthood. See more of the social media below;
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