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Babes Wodumo remembers her late husband Mampintsha.

Sunday marks the first anniversary of the death of Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo after a stroke. The artist’s widow, gqom sensation Babes Wodumo, said she could not believe it had been a year since the love of her life left her and was still struggling to come to terms with his death.

Babes, who recently got a tattoo with Mampintsha’s name in his honor, took to her timeline penning a cryptic post about how the people around her were seemingly turning their backs on her. Babes asked that anyone who sees her on Sunday comfort and embrace her.

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha

“Sometimes abanye abantu show amaTrue colors abo, okumnandi unkulukulu wam uyanglwela and uyabaveza abantu abangithanda ngokweqiniso, and abangiPretendayo (some people show you their true colors, what’s nice is that my God fights for me and reveals to me those that truly love me and don’t pretend).

Babes Wodumo

“Anyway, kusasa is the 24th of December, a very painful day for me as it’s the day I lost umyeni wam (my husband) Shimora. Satane simshaye ingqondo eWest”. Ozongbona kusasa cele angnike amaHuggies (Whoever sees me tomorrow please give me hugs),” she wrote.

In other news – Keke Palmer’s ex Darius Jackson files restraining order against her

Keke Palmer’s ex Darius Jackson has filed a restraining order against the ‘Nope’ star for alleged abuse. The ‘Hustlers’ actress, 30, was recently granted a restraining order against her ex-partner – with whom she has nine-month-old son Leodis – over alleged abuse at the hands of Jackson, and now he’s seeking a protective order against Palmer as he claims she was “verbally and physically abusive” to him.

In court documents obtained by the New York Post’s Page Six column, Jackson claims Palmer “punched” him in an “agitated and aggressive” manner at a party in 2021. Read More

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