Babes Wodumo claims to be hacked again


Gqom artist Babes Wodumo has once again claimed that her Twitter account is hacked after various messages were tweeted from her account.

She took to her Instagram page to explain that she was not the one who responded to minister Fikile Mbalula’s tweets which condemned the abuse and crime against women.

“The blame game is not gonna assist, Let's work together to reverse the scourge of women abuse. We losing  people very close to us .  #UyineneMrwetyana,” Fikile tweeted. The tweet has since been deleted. 

Babes, or the rather the person who is currently using her account responded, “Work together Wani wena slima!! If it was your child or wife you were not gonna be tweeting kanje.”

Babes told her fans that this was not her tweeting and that her account was hacked.

"Guys this is not me," she captioned the screenshot of the tweets.

READ: Babes Wodumo on Lady Zamar cyberbullying incident: “I was hacked”

Last month the muso made fun of singer Lady Zamar’s acne in a video. She then denied that it was her.

READ: Lady Zamar on Babes Wodumo: 'Nobody deserves to be bullied, not even her'

Speaking to DRUM, Babes admitted that it was her who made fun of Lady Zamar’s acne and called her all sorts of horrible names.

In the article with DRUM, Babes Wodumo’s sister and manager, Ndumiso Simelane said the video wasn’t meant to go online, but it doesn’t matter now because "Babes called Lady Zamar to apologise, I also called her to apologise," she said.

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