Mzansi reacts to Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha's 'Bonnie & Clyde' tour
Gqom duo Babes Wodumo and Mampintsha are set to go on a "Bonnie & Clyde" tour following the assault case saga.
On Monday, Mampintsha's manager, Dogg Dbn, confirmed that the gqom stars will be going on tour and will be launching their controversial single "Khona iy'ngane Layndlini" on Wednesday at The Werehouse, Durban for Wine Wednesdays.
In the post, Dogg Dbn says, "Introducing South Africa's very own Mr & Mrs Smith. Love them or hate them - this is a story of SA's most talked about couple" along with the tour announcement.
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Introducing South Africa's very own Mr & Mrs Smith. Love them or hate them - this is a story of SA's most talked about couple. Catch #Mampintsha & #BabesWodumo this Wednesday performing LIVE @WineWednesdays_SA. Come witness what's to be the biggest Tour in South African history - catch it first Phakathi Ney'Nsuku @ Durban's number 1 event----> @WineWednesdays_SA #BonnieAndClyde coming to a city near you.
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Following this Mzansi wasn't too happy and voiced their opinions about the upcoming tour on the Twitter streets.
Bathong?!— Mama ka Siya (@Ms_Followhill) May 20, 2019
You guys deserve each other shame.— Mageza👑👑 (@fanny_miz) May 20, 2019
Thina we will drink water and mind our Spaza shops
So Mampintsha and Babes wodumo they are now calling them self the most wanted couple Bonnie&Clyde😂🤣😂😅😂mihlola😂🤣😅😁yayazi imihlola https://t.co/IX0xi78b1X— Lungelo (@Spikza614) May 21, 2019
@Shimora @BabesWodumo, y'all are now calling yourselves Bonnie and Clyde after toying with our emotions, our justice system and making a mockery real victims of abuse. Wena Babes lenja yakho isazokphinda and that time you'll die nxxxx😡🚮🤬🤨 msoonu yenu pic.twitter.com/oqpL2J26xL— Talente Zaca (@TalenteZaca) May 21, 2019