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Babes Wodumo’s Sister Speaks

Babes Wodumo’s sister Nondumiso Simelane has urged online trolls to give her some space while she grieves the loss of her husband in the manner that is most natural to her.

This comes after Babes received a barrage of criticism from users of social media for the way in which she mourned and performed a day after laying him to rest in his final resting place.

Many people, including Babes Wodumo’s mother-in-law Zama Gumede, have criticized the star for not mourning the death of Mandla Maphumulo in the typical manner that is expected of widows in this situation.

Nonduh took to social media to let people know that Babes Wodumo is doing the best that she can and that she is grieving in her own way. She wanted people to know that Babes Wodumo is doing the best that she can.

Zimoja quoted Nonduh saying, “Babes is okay. Every day is different for her; there are days when she is upset, and there are other days when she is fine. In response to the concerns that were raised after Babes Wodumo was seen crying on stage, she stated that the band was “giving her space.”

“She will go when she is ready,” Nonduh said when asked when Babes would be ready to start attending therapy sessions.

It was reported that her family had taken Mampintsha’s phone away from her, but Nonduh refuted these claims, saying, “We haven’t taken her phone or Mandla’s phone.” We are giving her the freedom to handle the situation in the manner that she determines to be appropriate. Everyone experiences it in their own unique way. We are getting better at adjusting, but we won’t coerce Babes into mourning in a way that we think is appropriate.

It was reported that Zama was critical of Babes Wodumo for the way that she mourned the loss of her son. Zamanguni Gumede was quoted as saying, “I love Babes, she and I reunited and made peace at the funeral, but this is not how things are done,” in reference to the situation.

“To begin, she is not at home; instead, she is probably out drinking and partying somewhere in the neighborhood. Two, she isn’t dressed in black like a traditional mourner would be. The daughter of a pastor is breaking the rules she was raised with. “She is carrying on in her own unique manner,” the ailing mother went on to say.

“I am not a very traditional person myself, and while I understand that different people heal in unique ways and deal with grief in their own unique ways, this is not right. Having to witness this is excruciating. “In a sense, she is showing disrespect for my son,” Zamanguni Gumede said.

Why aren’t Babes’ parents making any sort of statement? It has not even been a month since we last spoke. If she were to start dating someone, it wouldn’t come as a surprise to me at all. After everything, I cannot help but feel dissatisfied. I just want to have a conversation with her and figure out how we can move forward together. ended Zamanguni Gumede

Even on Twitter, Nota Baloyi lashed out at Babes, saying things like, “Fellow South African industry mates you guys are witches, you worship satan, you do not know God, and you love money.” Babes were accused of being “worshippers of the devil.”

Nota then makes fun of Babes for going out to perform at nightclubs rather than staying at home to mourn the loss of her husband. A video of Babes in which she claims that she is not in mourning and that she is instead dancing and getting drunk recently went viral on social media, and this caused her to cause a stir.

“You cannot even grieve the loss of your husband in this hellish industry; you must dance, you must talk about how much money you used to make or want to make, and you cannot even bury your husband.” If you marry someone who works in the industry, she will capitalize on your passing to increase her wealth.

Your family will exploit you as a cash cow and go to the press to talk about how wonderful you were just so that people will give them money while you are decomposing as a corpse. They will do this so that people will give them money while you are still alive. “Mampintsha’s body is not even stiff under the ground, and yet his entire family is being milked like a cash cow,” he says. “Mampintsha’s body is not even stiff under the ground.”

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