Babes Wodumo Says She Was Hacked

She says she did not send out that video.

By  | Aug 15, 2019, 01:30 PM

When it rains it pours and we can never get enough of Babes Wodumo who is still trending on social media after a video of the Gqom' artist making funny of Lady Zamar's acne went viral. This time, Babes has come out to defend herself and she is distancing herself from that video as she says her account was hacked.

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In a live video on Instagram, Babes Wodumo addressed the issue and tells her followers that she had nothing to do with that video and she has a legal team that is currently working on finding who hacked her account. 

The Wololo hitmaker also adds that it would not make sense for her to make fun of someone else's acne because she has acne too.

The voice that is heard in the video clearly belongs to Babes and Black Twitter has rubbished Babes' video, questioning how someone can "hack a voice", while others have attributed her actions to drug use.

Clearly, Babes is not getting out of this one easily. Just recently she and Mampintsha were trending after they created a poster where they presented themselves as Bonnie and Clyde, who were lovers and partners in crime. The poster got so much hate from tweeps as they felt that the poster resembled a tragic event that once took place in South Africa.

So, do you really believe Babes? Let us know in the comments section.

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