Gqom Queen Babes Wodumo isn’t back with her previous beau Mampintsha regardless of him saying they were fine at the end of the week after reports that he had genuinely mishandled her.
Her administrator, Keke Mokoena, said Babes had been in Johannesburg the entire end of the week and had not addressed Mampintsha in spite of him giving a video cut where he guaranteed they were fine.
He said Babes, who spent her Sunday at chapel, was all the while grappling with her experience. “Darlings is still exceptionally hurt and frustrated however she will be fine,” Mokoena said.
In the mean time, Police Minister Bheki Cele denied yesterday he had offered Babes security, as recommended by radio character Masechaba Ndlovu via web-based networking media.
“The pastor has nothing to do with this,” said Cele’s representative Nonkululeko Phokane.
This was after Ndlovu posted a tweet on Saturday saying Cele had offered Babes assurance. Phokane said she had addressed Cele and Ndlovu, and that the issue would be redressed.
She said Babes reserved the option to move toward any police headquarters on the off chance that she required assistance.
A video clasp of Babes, whose genuine name is Bongekile Simelane, being met on air by Ndlovu sent stun waves via web-based networking media at the end of the week.
Ndlovu had gone up against Babes on Friday about purportedly being genuinely manhandled by her long-lasting previous accomplice and record mark manager Mampintsha, whose genuine name is Mandla Maphumulo.
On Saturday, Ndlovu took to her Twitter and stated: “I’ve quite recently gotten an update from Babes the executives that Min Bheki Cele has offered her security. We are really grateful. #Notinmyname.”
The post had been retweeted more that multiple times and had been loved in excess of multiple times by yesterday evening.
At the point when initially reached, Mokoena guaranteed his customer was offered security by Cele. “The tweet is right. They are attempting to secure her.”
Nonetheless, when he was gotten back to say Cele’s office had denied this, he said Cele had prompted that Babes ought to get a security request.
Ndlovu’s supervisor Vusi Ndlovu declined to remark, saying questions with respect to the issue ought to be coordinated to the SABC.
The open supporter’s representative, Kaizer Kganyago, would not remark on issues with respect to Ndlovu’s tweet.
In any case, Kganyago said Ndlovu did nothing incorrectly during the meeting in spite of that a few people had whined Babes had been trapped.
He said issues raised
during the meeting were
as of now in the open space and Ndlovu had accepted the open door to get clearness from Babes. “It really was great that she raised the issue as of now.”
Endeavors to reach Mampintsha were fruitless as his telephone went unanswered.
In any case, he discharged an announcement on Saturday denying the charges.