Mampintsha apologises to Babes Wodumo
Big Nuz musician and assault accused, Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo, has released an official apology to his estranged girlfriend Babes Wodumo after a video of him slapping the gqom musician several times went viral earlier this month.
Mampintsha was released on R2 000 bail after being arrested by police on charges of assault.
He has since opened a counter-charge of assault against Babes.
During the weekend, Mampintsha released a lengthy statement on his Instagram account in which he claimed to be “beyond shameful and disappointed” in himself.
“South Africa, I’m sorry! I know many of you don’t want to hear it kodwa from the bottom of my heart, I would like to send my deepest and humblest apologies.”
He went on to claim that he had been “in a shell” following the incident and that he regrets “allowing” his emotions to get the better of him.
“I am in a dark place and kunzima but I have to face this like a man.”
He also said he would be going for counselling to “find the root cause of this and deal with it thoroughly”.
Ending the statement, he apologised to Babes and her family.
“To Bongekile Simelane and the whole Simelane family, once more, especially to our women, to my family and God, I’d like to say I’m really sorry and regret everything. Please forgive me.”
Mampintsha’s lawyer Pat Magwaza verified that the statement was from him.
“I can confirm the statement is from Mampintsha. The timing of it was in consultation with his PR team,” Pat told TshisaLIVE.
Attempts by TshisaLIVE to get comment from Babes went unanswered at the time of publishing this article.
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