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Babes Wodumo is ready to move on after Mampintsha’s death

Babes Wodumo opened up to the public that she is now ready to start a new relationship. Babes Wodumo is the wife of the late Mampintsha, and she was a married woman.

She later developed a new name of being called a widow, and she is the youngest celebrity widow after her husband Mampintsha died.

This lady is in her mid-20s, and she got married at an early age. She was blessed with a baby boy in her marriage, and her son was the only child of her late husband.

Babes Wodumo has been through a lot, and she needs someone who can comfort her.

The death of her husband opened a hole in her heart, and it needs to be filled. She is feeling lonely, and the gqom artist revealed that she is ready to start again a new relationship that will make her forget her past.

What is your opinion on this matter?

Babe Wodumo controversial ways of mourning her late husband.

She’s not mourning the ‘traditional way’.

Many were expecting her to be draped in black widow clothes, sitting at home and barely visible after her husband died. But she has been performing, making public appearances, dancing, and partying.

Bongekile ‘Babes Wodumo’ Simelane (28) has been criticised for “doing things her way”.

In the latest video making rounds on social media, she is seen crying while performing on stage. This has raised concerns from fans who believe she needs therapy and to be at home mourning.

But Babes tells Drum that she is okay. “I am okay. I will be okay. Sometimes I miss him and sometimes I remember the good days, but I will be okay.”

Babes says she is doing things the way Mampintsha would want her to.
“He would never judge me. He would allow me to do things the best way I know how. Only God knows, maybe one day I will break down but for now, allow me to mourn my husband my way. He loved me and I am okay. I can’t speak now, but in time people will understand.”

Babes Wodumo’s sister, Nondumiso, says she will be fine. She will also decide what she wants to reveal after gaining access to her late husband’s phone.

“Everything is up to her, there is no pressure to tell her to heal. No one is judging her and those who are don’t know what it’s like to lose a husband.”

Mampintsha’s mom was hospitalised in KwaZulu-Natal, a week after his funeral.

Mampintsha’s sister, Pinky Gumede, tells Drum that her mother has not taken his death well and not being allowed to see his corpse made her even more ill.

“We were not allowed to see Mandla’s body. When we arrived at the mortuary, we were intimidated by guns. They are the ones who called us to go see him, but when we arrived, there were police with guns,” Pinky says.

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