Babes Wodumo Moves Back Home To Recover After Illness

Babes Wodumo Moves Back Home To Recover After Illness

Babes Wodumo Moves Back Home To Recover After Illness. For months, there have been rumors and discussions about Babes Wodumo‘s health. Just this past weekend, a social media post said she had passed away.

Afromambo can confirm that the Gqom musician, whose real name is Bongekile Simelani, is currently recovering at her parents’ house after being discharged from the hospital more than two months ago.

Babes Wodumo

She was reportedly hospitalized for a few days in May 2023 as a result of the sickness. Thankfully, Babes’ condition is reported to be stable, and she is concentrating on her recovery to be completely ready for the forthcoming holiday season.

Wodumo is motivated to perform at her best for her followers as the holiday season draws near. Mandla ‘Mampintsha’ Maphumulo’s previously unheard music will be featured on her upcoming album, which she is apparently looking forward to releasing.

Babes remains steadfast in her resolve to continue their musical legacy despite the loss of her husband.

Babes Wodumo just vacated the home she and her late husband shared. She made the decision to go for a more healing environment because of her health.

For her health requirements, the home’s continual activity—which includes a recording studio—was not ideal. She’s currently at her parent’s place, where her mother is giving her the assistance and care she needs.

Babes Wodumo is reportedly considering hiring a new professional management team in addition to her health worries. Despite being aware of her physical situation, her sister, who serves as her current manager, is accused of booking jobs for her.

This has increased her stress and put her brand at risk. Babes’ priorities continue to be her health and artistic endeavors, and she is looking for a management structure that meets her requirements.

Babes Wodumo declined to speak with the media when contacted for comment, citing her current situation.

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