WATCH: Babes Wodumo’s New Year’s Eve performance touches hearts

 Babes Wodumo's New Year's Eve performance touches hearts

Babes Wodumo’s New Year’s Eve performance touches hearts.

Bongekile ‘Babes Wodumo‘ Simelani thrilled Mzansi’s hearts with her New Year’s Eve performance.

At the Last Dance 2022 event, which took place in Pietermaritzburg, KZN, Babes Wodumo gave a performance. A day after Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo, her husband, was laid to rest, Babes Wodumo gave the excellent performance.

Mampintsha passed away on December 24th, 2022, after a stroke. At a burial service held on Friday at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Center in Durban, friends and relatives said their final goodbyes to the musician (30 December 2022).

His life was gonna be celebrated at the funeral. On December 29, 2022, Bongekile took a moment from the memorial service to dance to Big Nuz’s song Ngeke while listening to her husband’s verse. The same song was Ukhozi FM’s song of the year, and Bongekile stunned Mzansi with an incredible performance.

Babes Wodumo’s New Year’s Eve performance touches hearts.

“The girl is definitely back at work and must be supported by all means. May God make way for her to continue this journey. May she be strong, bold and courageous as she heals the pain of losing her husband. Proud of you Queen,” Keabetswe tweeted.

Sipho Gumede stated that while he didn’t anticipate this song to be the best of the year, he unquestionably needed to see Babes’ performance. “May God heal her and give her all the strength she needs to go forward,” said Sipho.

Here are some of the comments online

“A serious brand marketing brain advising this lady. Never waste a crisis, strike when you have airtime. Rise above the mini feuds and gossips and focus on the future. He would have done the same.”

“Sponge still has to eat and mommy has to make sure of that. She was representing and celebrating her late Husband. We all mourn differently, people much leave BABES WODUMO alone now. I’m with you, she deserves support not all this criticism she been getting. Akale kuze kube nini?”

“Life has to go on…. Who has to fend for the child when she is busy crying her life away as you people expect her to? Nothing and no amount of shying away from the public is gonna bring Shimora back. Yes he must eat, must he starve now”

“This young lady seem to know all the things some of us learnt from experience over many years: to overcome stress, wake up, take a bath AND CONTINUE WITH LIFE! Self-pity (&ukuzila) will worsen your misery!”

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