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Babes Wodumo leaves her fans in tears while visiting her husband’s final resting place

Babes Wodumo is still mourning the death of her husband and Kwaito legend Mampintsha Shimora. The singer posted a video she took after visiting Mampintsha’s gravesite, leaving her fans emotional.Many encouraged her to take heart and stay strong, while others also shared their sad stories Wololo hitmaker Babes Wodumo had Mzansi chopping onions when she posted a video while visiting Mampintsha’s gravesite.

Babes Wodumo

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. Oftentimes, the reality that they are gone starts sinking in after the funeral. Babes Wodumo may have had her crazy moments on the internet following Mampintsha’s death but she definitely misses him. The mother of one who lost both her husband and mother-in-law within a short space of time shared an emotional video.

Taking to her TikTok page, Babes [email protected] wrote: “Please heal love… Don’t mind our comments. Nathi we’re only human. Just live.” @mpumizikhali commented: “I’m going through the same thing bengifihla my husband on the 28th December .” @Dadeweeeeethu added: “That sigh was very loud… I felt it … sending love to you sis . Although the star didn’t say much in the post, fans concluded that she was feeling sad because of the heavy sigh she let out at the end of the video captioned.

Social media users sympathised with the star. Many took to the post’s comments section to share love and strength with the Wololo hitmaker.

Source: Briefly

In other news – Family and friends visit the scene where AKA was gunned down – Photos and Video

AKA’s younger brother Steffan Forbes and father, Tony Forbes visit the scene of his shooting.
Kiernan “AKA” Forbes and his friend Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane’s murder scene on Florida Road, Durban, was busy on Saturday. The two friends were gunned down outside a restaurant on Friday night.


Police cordoned off the area earlier, while fans came to lay flowers for their much-loved hip-hop star also affectionately known as Supermega. Learn more

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