‘I Want A White Man’ Babes Wodumo Is Ready To Date Again After Abusive Marriage To Mampintsha
Gqom sensation Babes Wodumo recently took to Facebook Live to interact with her fans and update them on her life after the death of her partner Mampintsha. During the live session, Babes was open and candid about various topics, including her love life, music, and struggles with depression.
Babes Wodumo says she wants to date again.
One fan asked Babes about her love life and whether she wants to date again. Babes responded that she is lonely and horny but prefers dating white men because they don’t talk too much. She also joked about the situation, saying, “It’s now getting to my head.”
Babes also updated her fans on her upcoming music projects, revealing that she will release a new album next month. She admitted to turning down several gigs as she adjusted to life after the death of Mampintsha.
Babes address rumours of financial struggles.
Rumours have circulated that Babes Wodumo is struggling with a significant amount of debt following the death of her former partner Shimora. However, her manager and older sister, Nondumiso Simelane, responded to these rumours by saying that everyone has debt and Babes will be fine.
Another source claims that Mampintsha managed all the business and household finances and that Babes is now managing everything on her own, which has left her in serious debt. Despite these struggles, Babes takes as many bookings as possible and will share her story when she is ready.
Babes speaks about her battle with depression.
Babes also candidly spoke about her struggles with depression and how alcohol helps her relieve the symptoms. She is taking things one day at a time and working to get through this difficult time.
Babes Wodumo asks fans to vote for Big Nuz at Metro FM Awards.
Babes even asked her fans to vote for the Kwaito duo Big Nuz at the 17th edition of the Metro FM Awards. She requested that they vote for them in Song of the Year, Best Duo or Group, and Best Kwaito/Gqom Song, stating that her late husband would have been proud of them.