Mampintsha died the previous year on Christmas Eve after suffering a stroke. Babes claimed in an interview with Zimoja that life had been difficult following Mampintsha’s death.

“It was lonely at times, having this enormous house all to myself, no more witty quips from him.” That had been difficult, but she had handled it well because “life must go on,” she had stated.

Babes had not appeared to heal after her husband’s death until that day. Fans were concerned about her when she posted a message on her Instagram story.

Babes Wodumo was still picking up the pieces after her husband, Mampintsha, died. Babes claimed in a recent Facebook live video that season three of their reality programme “Uthando Lodumo” was supposed to feature their white wedding but instead included Mampintsha’s burial.


“We were separated by death,” she had said.

“God took away what I loved the most.”

Babes had said she had lost a number of her friends since Mampintsha’s death and hadn’t seen some of her late husband’s friends since the funeral. “I last saw all of Mampintsha’s friends at his funeral. There wasn’t even one person.”

When speaking about getting back into the dating pool in the future, Babes had jokingly spoken of her preference. “Should I ever decide to date again, I think I prefer to be with a white man, somebody who does not like to talk too much.” She had been focusing on the rollout of Mampintsha’s Original Shandis Gin and releasing music.


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