In most cases revealing an infant to the world is seen as something that's against certain religions and cultures. As they feel that children shouldn't be flaunted on different online platforms just to protect them from the harsh world. However, some people decided to share everything with the public, including their children as they feel that they're their joy. Also, it could be the type of content that they portray on their social media platforms. As they say to each his own, which is always ideal whenever you look at the people's choices.
Now, the Gqom artists Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have decided to share their beautiful child with their fans. This has been an impressive move for the married couple, as they're looking at having Sponge Wodumo enjoying the whole celebrity lifestyle. As he has his song with his award-winning musicians, also there has been merchandise under his name too. Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo welcomed their first child on the 16th of June 2021 and they even have an Instagram account dedicated to him. What was visible within the posts they've made online was that they were hiding his face. Which has kept their fans wondering about the facial appearance of Sponge.
As they wanted to know if he took his mother's or father's looks. The Maphumulas have gotten busy with raising their little one, and it's visible that Babes Wodumo has decided to focus on motherhood than her music career. Even though she does drops music, which leaves her fans begging for more, but they have to understand that she's now a parent. The Maphumulas decided to share some amazing photos of their son.
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