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Babes Wodumo’s father finally accepts her relationship with Mampintsha as he is spotted in the Elamonti video

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Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha

Babes Wodumo’s father Welcome Simelane has warmed up to Mampintsha and has finally accepted their relationship.

It seems as though he has finally gave their relationship his blessings and is even working with the couple. Fans were left in awe when they spotted Reverend Simelane in the Shimora’s upcoming music video Elamonti. The song features Babes and Professor and is shot in Lamontville, Durban

Watch a snippet of their video:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CB5-lxrBZOr/?utm_source=ig_embed

When approached by Daily Sun to comment on him being featured in the Gqom couples’ music video, he said it had nothing to do with his relationship with Mampintsha, however he is just showing his daughter some support and trusting her to make her won decisions.

“I will always support Babes. Supporting her means I support her decisions and her music. She is a grown woman now. I can’t choose who must be part of her life. It is not my decision if Mampintsha is part of her life or not. My job is to support my daughter. That’s all,” he said.

The Reverend has not always been a huge supporter of the couple, he once accused Shimora of bewitching his daughter, looking at the way she loved him.

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