SAPS working hand-in-hand to help Babes Wodumo open case against Mampintsha

2019-03-04 14:14
Babes Wodumo (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES)

Babes Wodumo (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES)

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Police authorities are now trying to track down local Gqom sensation Babes Wodumo to assist her in opening a case against Mampintsha after a live Instagram video of him assaulting her went viral following months of speculated abuse.

According to National Commissioner of Police, General Khehla John Sitole authorities are currently investigating the recorded video and are in the process of tracking down the 24-year-old singer – in hopes to get her statement and open a case against Mampitsha.

READ MORE: Babes Wodumo releases first statement about viral video: 'Still emotional about the situation'

“Crimes against women, children and people with disabilities are one the of the priorities of the South African Police Service,” explained General Sithole.

“Therefore, we will do everything to ensure that justice prevails when such incidents are reported to us.”

SAPS are pleading with the Ka Dazz hitmaker to register a case at a station nearest to her.

The graphic video of Babes sent shock waves around the nation with many angered locals asking for Mampintsha’s his arrest. Although Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has condemned any form of abuse against women, local celebs such as rapper Cassper Nyovest believe that not enough is being done by the government to protect women.


READ MORE: Babes' sister Nonduh on viral video: 'She is doing okay and is resting'

 



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