Mampintsha is off to pay Lobola! He is already scouting for the best cows

Mampintsha is off to pay Lobola! He is already scouting for the best cows


Mampintsha is getting ready to send his uncles to Babe’s family and officially wife her. The couple got engaged during an interview on Gagasi FM’s drive time show, hosted by DJ Warras, Nomalanga and Clarrisa, on the 29th of October.

Read more: Babes And Mampintsha Bag A Lucrative Deal With Showmax

Shimora has shared images of healthy and well fed cattle in a kraal, with a caption that suggests he has purchased some to pay for his soon-to-be wife.

The couple has been through a lot from, abuse allegations, drug misuse and substance abuse claims which saw their dramatic weight loss, infidelity as well as abuse in all forms, the couple has seen it all. In the end love conquered all and they remain tall. It seems that they want to make this a forever thing, and fans wish them nothing but the best.

“I want you to make me the happiest man alive. I want to be part of your mess. We have been dating for quiet some time so I would like to make it official,” Mampintsha said as he got down on one knee. This momentous proposal comes just a year after they hogged headlines when they opened assault charges against each other. Their relationship has been tainted by many controversies such as allegations of physical violence and Mampintsha being a controlling lover.

Everything is working in the couple’s favor. Firstly they got engaged and are R3 million richer following their lucrative deal with Showmax. Their reality series is titled Uthando Lodumo and will premiere early 2021. This is the perfect avenue to give fans a front row seat to their tumultuous relationship.

According to a press release by Showmax, a part of it reads, ” Mampintsha dropped to one knee and proposed to Babes live on air on Gagasi FM. “Within a blink of an eye and now I’m left speechless,” Babes told her fans on Instagram afterwards. “The journey wasn’t easy but we stuck together through thick and thin. Ngiyabonga Mashimane.”

“Babes and Mampintsha’s relationship has not been a fairy tale romance,” says Nomsa Philiso, MultiChoice Channel Director – Local Entertainment. “They’ve had serious issues as a couple, yet have chosen to remain together. The show focuses on how they have overcome their challenges, working through them with their families.”

Viewers expressed their concerns of giving an abuser the platform to show their abusive relationship. Showmax spokesperson clearly stated that they are against any form of abuse however are just trying to teach the country about speaking up about domestic violence.

“We do not condone any form of abuse or gender-based violence, but we believe that South Africans need to start talking honestly about these issues and confronting them.”

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