Mampintsha declares love for Babes Wodumo with heartfelt message

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha. Image: Instagram

Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha. Image: Instagram

The record boss and singer have left many wondering if they have rekindled their romance.

Mampintsha and Babes Wodumo have left fans confused yet again after the record label boss proclaimed his love for her in an open letter.

The declaration follows reports that Babes was allegedly being abused at the hands of Mampinstha. During an interview on Metro FM, DJ Masechaba Ndlovu alleged Mampintsha had punched Babes in the face and broken her leg.

In a clip of the interview posted on Twitter, the singer can be seen nodding as the allegations are made and breaking down. Babes further revealed she and Mampintsha were no longer together, that her engagement to him was over and that she was living with her parents in Lamontville, near Durban.

She also divulged that Mampintsha had access to her Instagram account, which might explain why we have been seeing random pictures of the two together on her Instagram.

In the wake of their supposed separation, Mampintsha posted a picture of Babes on social media, accompanied by a heartfelt message.

Read the message below:

Many will catch the eye, but only an exceptional special human being can capture the heart.

Gqomu queen Babes Wodumo, your humility and the greatness you posses cannot be overlooked. From the very first moment I glazed (sic) my eyes on you, I knew you were an extraordinary being destined for greatness! A true precious diamond in the rough!

You’ve grown to match and live that prophecy. You are indeed a queen who reigns supreme and continues to make groundbreaking moves in the game on a national and international scale.

The future looks absolutely bright with you by my side! Thank you for being you and staying true to your passion! Gqomu queen, ride or die!

 No more turning back now, we in it till it’s over. Let’s take it to the stars.

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