And her recent USB saga was the last straw that broke the camel's back.
On Monday night, Babes Wodumo released a video explaining that her team had lost a USB that contained her recent, un-mastered single titled Ghanda Ghanda.
Babes pleaded for people who may have the song to share a link to the song via social media so her team could delete it.
The picture below was probably how the majority of people reacted on social media after Babes released her public announcement.
The entire video was suspicious from the beginning and it reminded us of K.O's own USB publicity stunt from last year.
Remember how K.O attempted to cause a ruckus after he announced that he lost a USB that contained a video for his Papa Action song?
But some folks did not fall for that stunt at all.
And the same applies with Babes Wodumo's washed out USB stunt as well.
Even Phil Mphela snapped.
Im done with Babes Wedumo and her Spaza shop-esque career. In 2017 how do you only have a track on USB? Where are the producer session cuts? pic.twitter.com/NHYnQLzANp— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) August 28, 2017
'Spaza shop esque-career??' Damn Phil...
Oh and surprise surprise, Babes has found her "lost" USB with the song.
Sigh... South African artists and their rather weak publicity stunts will be the death of us all.
Hopefully the song will be worth the rather luke-warm hype.
Oh, and you might like to read this opinion piece about celebs using lies to publicize projects that are played out.
Main Image Credit: Instagram/@Babes_Wodumo