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Babes Wodumo has Officially Dropped the Assault Charges Against Mampintsha

The troubled couple have reportedly agreed to receive relationship counselling.

South African gqom artist Babes Wodumo, real name Bongekile Simelane, has dropped the assault charges she'd laid against her boyfriend and fellow artist, Mampintsha, real name Mandla Maphumulo, according to News24. This comes after a warrant of arrest was issued by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) after the duo both failed to appear in court.

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Babes Wodumo Has Responded to Her Appearing in the Music Video Referencing Her Alleged Abuse

"Mind your own business" says the gqom artist.

The Babes Wodumo-Mampintsha saga continues to leave many South Africans bewildered. After Babes appeared in the "Khona Ingane Lay'ndlini" music video with Mampintsha and DJ Tira which dropped last week Friday, many have been left scratching their heads.

Although she initially remained quiet about the music video, Babes finally responded to a follower on social media and basically told them to mind their own business.

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Babes Wodumo Features in the Music Video of the Song Referencing her Alleged Assault

Her fans are confused with some even wondering if the viral clip of her alleged abuse by Mampintsha was possibly staged.

Earlier today, South African artist DJ Tira and embattled musician Mampintsha dropped the music video for their song "Khona Ingane Lay'ndlini" which roughly translates to "behave, there are kids in the house". These are the words that were heard in the video clip where Mampintsha was allegedly seen beating Babes Wodumo.

Whilst South Africans were outraged that DJ Tira would even produce a song with Mampintsha that refers to his alleged abuse of Babes Wodumo, they've been left dumbfounded by Babes' own appearance in the music video.

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South African Celebrities are Donating Their Money to Help Flood Victims

As the situation in KwaZulu-Natal province worsens, South African celebrities are putting their money where their mouths are.

As of yesterday, the devastating floods in the South African coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) increased the death toll to 32. Hundreds of families have been displaced from their homes and lost their life's possessions. To make things worse, weather forecasts predict that even more heavy rainfall is still to come this week.

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