"Don't Compare Me To Your Baby Daddies"

Babes did not mince her words

By  | Jul 21, 2021, 04:18 PM  | Babes Wodumo  | Drama

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Babes Wodumo wants to make it clear that despite what many might think of her, she got married first then she had a baby, so people should not compare themselves to her. The scathing message was delivered during her Facebook Live where she asked women why they gave birth at a young age.

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"You see this thing of crying about your baby daddy who left you, don't do that with me. I got married then I had a child so don't compare yourselves with me. Do not compare your baby daddies with me. This has nothing to do with me.

"Your baby daddy made your pregnant then left you with the baby, I wonder why you gave birth at a very young age. So I don't want nothing to do with that," she said while dancing.
Social media users are wondering why Babes is speaking about dead beat daddies and some are accusing her of being on drugs.
Babes had previously been accused of using drugs but her management refuted those claims. She was in a Live interview with Tha Simelane who accused her of taking drugs, In the video, Tha said "Babes won't change. I love you guys, she took cocaine whilst I was watching her with the people, I love her to bit but she won't change" said Tha.

Her manager Nondumiso Simelane told TshisaLive that there was no cocaine., “If you saw the Live, you will also testify. Everyone who watched the Live didn't see any cocaine so that is the answer. Just so we are clear, regarding the cocaine story, there was no cocaine in sight, and viewers of that live also said as much.” said Nondumiso.

As for Tha saying that, you will have to ask him why he said that, because that's on him. We don't know anything about the cocaine that Tha apparently saw ... ask him, maybe he'll answer. You never know, sometimes you think you saw something and it turned out to be nothing or maybe he had his own motives ... We don't know.”
That same year, Babes advised her followers to not make the same mistakes she made. "I was pretty wild in my younger days and you don't have to do what I did. You don't have to make the mistakes I made. The future's in your hands now. And the world really is yours. It's been really hectic lately and I never got a chance to officially thank you'll formally. Dreams delayed are never Dreams denied. Fast forward 5 years later #GqomQueenGoesMultiPlatinum"

In her recent interview with Sowetan, she urged abused women to seek help whenever they can. She speaks from experience and she said she also suffered from abuse.

“Never be quiet about it (abuse), but also don't be afraid to keep the story clear so we can work on it the correct way. I'm happy in my relationship,” Babes told the publication.

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