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Babes Wodumo dances at her late husband Mampinstha’s funeral

Babes Wodumo, Mampintsha’s widow, was seen singing and dancing along to a song by Big Nuz at her husband’s funeral. It gave the impression that she was in a good mood.

Babes Wodumo dances at her late husband Mampinstha’s funeral

Earlier, some videos that were going around on social media gave the impression that Mampintsha’s funeral was going to be marred by a war of words between those from his mother’s side in KwaMashu and the family of Babes Wodumo. This gave the impression that the funeral was going to be a public spectacle.

Babes Wodumo Even though she is suffering from the loss of her husband, many people have remarked that she is a very strong woman who is keeping her composure for the sake of her son.

Babes Wodumo dances at her late husband Mampinstha’s funeral


It would appear that the unnecessary drama took place outside of the mortuary, where family members from both sides were exchanging words with one another. Those who believed that this activity was not required voiced their disapproval of this behavior.

Mampintsha’s friend, Dj Tira, who was one of the speakers at the memorial service for Mandla Maphumulo held at the eThekwini Community Church, stated that they will continue to support babes wodumo throughout the process. He indicated that there will be a significant emphasis placed on her professional life.

Mampintsha’s burial expenses will be partially covered by the KZN government.

The government of KwaZulu-Natal will pay for half of the expenses associated with the funeral of Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo.

On Wednesday, the office of the premier announced that it would collaborate with the eThekwini municipality to provide the family with material support in preparation for the burial.

After the death of the 40-year-old musical superstar, the province will provide socio-psychological support to family members and relatives, according to a spokesperson named Lennox Mabaso. “In addition to meeting the family halfway with regard to the funeral costs, the province will also provide socio-psychological support,”

Mampintsha, a prominent member of Big Nuz, a well-known and critically acclaimed musical group that got its start in the Umlazi township, passed away on Saturday in Durban.

On Friday, his funeral will be held at the Durban International Convention Center.

Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube stated that “a megastar of this magnitude deserves our support as he exits the stage and departs for the last time to the world beyond.” “As a province, within our policy, we have decided that a megastar of this magnitude deserves our support as he exits the stage and departs for the last time to the world beyond.”

KwaZulu-Natal came to the attention of the rest of the world as a result of the musical revolution that was led in South Africa by Mampintsha and Big Nuz.

Big Nuz, while working for the Afrotainment record label, is credited with revolutionizing kwaito and township dance music. As a result, KwaZulu-Natal has replaced Gauteng as the most important region for the entertainment industry. During his lifetime, doors were opened for hundreds of young artists to pursue careers in this music genre, which was born in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

“On behalf of the provincial government, I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to Mampintsha’s family, friends, and followers. He will be greatly missed.” “As this trailblazing artist steps away from the microphone for the final time, we will do everything in our power to ensure that he receives a fitting farewell,” said Dube-Ncube.

Babes Wodumo dances at her late husband Mampinstha’s funeral

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