Babes Wodumo (Photo: Screengrab, YouTube)
Johannesburg - Entertainer Babes Wodumo, whose real name is Bongekile Simelane is on everyone’s lips once again. Unfortunately for her, this time around no one is talking about her hit singles or her sizzling dance moves.
The ‘Wololo’ hitmaker posted a video on Sunday in which she tells people that a USB which has an unmastered song titled ‘Ghanda Ghanda’ has gone missing. The star also tells fans that whoever that took the USB has released the song and she (Babes Wodumo) would like anyone that has a link to the song to DM it to her. “If you have the link to the song please send it to me via DM or on Facebook so I can try to delete it” pleaded Simelane on the video.
Instead of helping her, people took to twitter to mock the singer’s choice of words in the video. “So according to Babes Wodumo therez a link to delete a song on a missing USB? is it technology or witchcraft?” tweeted @mO_Moremi. “Babes Wodumo is innovative! Soon we will need a single memory stick to delete all our problems. This is 21st century technology. Qhubeka!” said @ChristoThurston on twitter.
It is not the first time Babes Wodumo was trending on Twitter. The #BabesWodumoChallenge was all over social media after Babes posted a video where she went on a rant after not winning any award at the SAMA awards earlier this year.