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Mampintsha turns into a laughing stock on twitter after he revealed how much he charge for a feature

Mandla Maphumulo, better known by his stage name Mampintsha, was born in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and began his music career there as well.

He rose to prominence as a member of the kwaito group Big Nuz, which debuted in 2002 and wowed South Africans with multiple hit singles and the soaring album "For The Fans." Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo, Mzi "Danger" Tshomela, and the late Sbusiso "R Mashesha" Khoma make up the group.

As things began to fall apart, the trio decided to return to Johannesburg to collaborate on a song with the legendary DJ Tira, titled "Uyoysholo Wena." Following a contract with the Afrotainment recording company, the trio publishes an album called "2nd Round Knockout" in 2008. The album's popularity grows, and it sells over 20,000 copies in South Africa, earning it the moniker "Kwaito Kings." Big Nuz releases his third album, "Undisputed," in the same year, and collaborates with DJ Tira and DJ Fisherman.

For one who has been in the industry for over a decade, Mampintsha has got a decent number of songs. In fact, an aggregate of the numbers he has released since he appeared on the music scene in South Africa will make an interesting playlist.

From his days as a member of the Durban kwaito band Big Nuz to his days as a solo artiste, Mampintsh has amassed an impressive following with his songs, leaving no one in doubt of his musical energy and dedication.

His songs are fit for clubs and fit to vibe with alone. Below, if you please, are some of his songs you might be interested in. The list is deliberately abridged, leaving you a chance to add to it in the comment section.

Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo really deserve to be the 21st century Bonnie and Clyde or South Africa’s Bobby and Whitney as they never run out of drama. The couple has a very complicated and toxic relationship but they really don’t care what everyone else says. Mampintsha’s wife is Babes Wodumo (Bongekile Selimane). The duo suddenly posts a picture on Instagram showing off their wedding rings without even making a marriage announcement.

Mampintsha took to Twitter telling people how much he charges for a feature and he turned to a laughing stock.


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