Mampintsha Goes Cattle-hunting For Babes Wodumo

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Mampintsha Goes Cattle-hunting For Babes Wodumo

After a surprise proposal on live radio a few weeks ago, we believe Mampintsha has initiated the next step of his relationship with longtime girlfriend, Babes Wodumo, by starting the lobola negotiation process.

Mampintsha recently shared a picture of cattle in a kraal, which many believe are going to be used during the lobola process.

Mampintsha Goes Cattle-hunting

Mampintsha proposed to Babes Wodumo during a live radio interview on Gagasi FM.

Babes Wodumo was clearly shocked into silence when Mampintsha got on one knee and proposed and the other radio presenters cheered her on and she eventually said yes.

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha have had a troubled relationship, that has often been marred with controversy, from allegations of domestic abuse, court cases, drug use infidelity, and Mampintsha has been accused of being too controlling and acting like her handler instead of her boyfriend.

After their engagement, Babes and Mampintsha announced a major reality TV show deal worth a hefty R3 million, with streaming service company Showmax

Mampintsha Goes Cattle-hunting
Mampintsha Goes Cattle-hunting For Babes Wodumo

The couple is set to feature on their own reality show called Uthando Ledumo and it will comprise of 13 episodes.

The show will reportedly focus on the couple’s controversial relationship, their music careers, and their wedding preparations. Nomsa Philiso, MultiChoice Channel Director also threw in her 2 cents on the show

“Babes and Mampintsha’s relationship has not been a fairy tale romance, They’ve had serious issues as a couple, yet have chosen to remain together. The show focuses on how they have overcome their challenges, working through them with their families.”

The show is being produced by Thomas Gumede and Lungile Radu, through their company, Parental Advisory Productions.

Uthando Lodumo premieres on Showmax in February 2021.


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