‘We have normalised nonsense’: Mzansi reacts to Babes Wodumo performance and outfit at.


‘We have normalised nonsense’: Mzansi reacts to Babes Wodumo performance and outfit at.

In a captivating turn of events, the renowned South African musician and dancer Babes Wodumo, whose real name is Bongekile Simelane, has recently found herself at the center of public discourse.



Traditionally known for her musical prowess, particularly with her hit single “Wololo,” Babes Wodumo has now made headlines by performing at unexpected venues. Most notably, she graced the stage of an Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) rally, an occurrence that caught many by surprise.

Furthermore, the artist shared on her Instagram platform that she had the opportunity to perform at the Westville Correctional Service, offering a glimpse into her versatility and willingness to connect with diverse audiences. As Babes Wodumo continues her comeback journey in the music industry, her recent activities have undoubtedly ignited a renewed sense of interest and intrigue among her devoted fan base and the broader South African cultural landscape.


Many netizens have expressed their views on Bbaes’ recent performance at a prison. The majority of the comments seem to be focused on the artist’s choice of outfit for the event.

While some viewers appreciated the artistic expression, others were left disappointed, criticizing the perceived revealing nature of the attire. The online discussion highlights the ongoing societal debates surrounding the appropriate dress code for public performances, particularly in more formal or conservative settings.

@TiisetxoSetso said: “We have normalised nonsense, when we were growing up, we were taught that there is a time and place for every dress code.”

@StHonorable wrote: “Prison Wardens are greedy, Babes Wodumo visited the inmates not them but it’s them who appear on her photos.”

@virtual_Skhwili mentioned: “She went and performed for the inmates to upgrade their Babes Version software. Tonight’s everyone is having a great time.”



Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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