Mampintsha’s latest single tops iTunes charts

Mampintsha (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Mampintsha (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Local musician Mampintsha recently released a video for his single Khona Iyngane Lay'Ndlini, which was inspired by a domestic dispute with Gqom sensation Babes Wodumo. The video which also stars Babes and DJ Tira caused a bit of stir on social media.

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The song titled "There are children in the house" which makes reference to what the 36-year-old record owner said to Babes in the video where he is allegedly seen hitting her, has since hit the number one spot on iTunes and Mampintha couldn’t be happier.

“Being removed from iTunes and coming back as number 1,” he tweeted.

This especially comes after West Ink Records decided to sue the streaming service, after they removed his music following his pending domestic abuse charges. The video, which also features Babes and DJ Tira, drew some controversy on social media with many people condemning Babes for working with Mampintsha since the assault case is still pending.

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