Mshoza wants to have a 'serious' talk with Babes and Zahara: 'My girls need me'

Mshoza (Photo: Gallo Images)
Mshoza (Photo: Gallo Images)

Johannesburg – Kwaito star Mshoza says that she wants to have a "serious" talk with artists Babes Wodumo and Zahara. 

"I need a serious seat down my @BABESWODUMO and #Zahara soon. My girls needs me more than ever. It's tough being a mom [sic]," she tweeted on Tuesday.

Both Babes and Zahara have made news in recent days.

While Babes made headlines after being found in contempt of court after skipping out on an appearance, Zahara told Daily Sun that she had been struggling with depression, claiming that producers she had previously worked with owed her money.


In another tweet Mshoza also opened about her own struggles in the industry, confessing to followers that she had turned to alcohol as a way to self-medicate when dealing with depression. 

The star, who had been vocal about the alleged abuse she underwent at the hands of her estranged husband, wrote that she would often consume "bottle and bottles" of alcohol. 

"I had my own downs in life and I turned to alcohol as a solution. I am talking about bottles and bottles a day. Look at me I am here today. I survived and overcame heavy drinking. We can, you can and it can get better in the morning. The industry depression is real [sic]."

This is not the first time Mshoza has stepped in to offer Babes Wodumo assistance. She also reached out after a video surfaced of what appeared to be Mampintsha physically abusing the Wololo singer.