Gqom artist Babes Wodumo's life changed drastically in a matter 9f weeks, it seems she had more plans in her life than we expected. We thought that her main focus was on her music career considering giw young she is but it seems she had much bigger plans than that, usually other artist would put their focus mainly on their career but it seems Babes had different plans for her future. She had plans to get married settle down and start a family and it seems she has achieved that in a short period of time after she got married to Mampintsha. Just after she announced the news of her wedding she always revealed her pregnancy and shirt after that she welcomed her baby to the world. Fans had little time to process all this considering his fast everything happened.
People only found out about her pregnancy not so long ago and already the baby was born. Babes finally decided to give her fans a chance to get a little glimpse to her new lifestyle. She hasn't shared pictures of baby Sponge and fans can't wait to finally see her, Babes recently hosted a welcome party for baby Sponge were she invited get loved ones and close friends to meet her baby for the first time. It seem her event went very well for her baby got to be around her close friend, however fans were not happy that Babes did not share not even a glimpse of her baby as she was fully covered the whole event.
Fans were also not happy with the musician's theme and dress code and what got people's attention is the baby blanket that was covering Sponge. People felt that it was familiar and you can get it at any pep store at a very affordable cost. One if the fans revealed that the blanket costs R120 at pep and considering that Babes is a public figure they never thought that she also gets her baby's clothes at Pep.
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