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Babes Wodumo Becomes the Biggest Laughing Stock of 2021

Babes Wodumo becomes the biggest laughing stock of 2021. A video has been circulating on social media showing the newly-wed Babes Wodumo, co...

Babes Wodumo becomes the biggest laughing stock of 2021.



A video has been circulating on social media showing the newly-wed Babes Wodumo, conversating with a reporter together with one of Africa’s biggest rappers; nasty c. Babes Wodumo becomes the biggest laughing stock of 2021.

Babes Wodumo in the video, tries to impress her fans at home by speaking English, but it did not end well, as the English showed no mercy towards her to a point where she changed to speaking in her native language, Isizulu.

Most of the fans supported her and were happy to overlook her English errors, until she said…

“As you can see, we are very ready and as you can see; I have dyed my hair orange” said the Wololo hit-maker.

Her hair was in purple colour and it puzzled most viewers at home.

Many opinions were shared on the matter but her day one fans supported her and were very proud of her for speaking in and embracing her native language. But as for others, they were not in support of her- with the CBD/black Twitter coming towards her with guns.

June 14, 2017. Durban’s recording artists Nasty C and Babes Wodumo at Moses Mabhida Stadium during an eThekwini Municipality’s mayoral send-off breakfast. The pair will jet off to Los Angeles later this month to attend the BET Awards in which they were both nominated. Picture: THULI DLAMINI

 





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