So, why not go down memory lane and take a look at some of her most memorable times she had us glued to our screens.
Babes shows off her vocal range:
Despite the numerous reputable gigs and awards Babes has bagged for the work that she’s contributed to the music industry, some people have not always been convinced of her talent.
That narrative led to the Wololo hitmaker taking to her Instagram timeline to upload a video of herself showing off her vocal gymnastics and range by singing a gospel tune.
Babes has always been vocal about being able and confident to throw a punch, which is why many of her fans were captivated by her harsh live Instagram exchange with a woman at an airport who allegedly told her to "shoosh". This video not only went viral, but some of her fans rallied behind her.
Remember THAT interview?
In early 2018, it was revealed that Big Nuz band member, now Westink label owner, Mandla ‘Mampintsha’ Maphumulo, allegedly abused her. After the interview went viral, Metro FM host, Masechaba Ndlovu, was bashed for her approach during the interview.
"Oh my word, Oh my gosh, Oh my word"
One of the most iconic moments in 2018 was the release of Black Panther. The first black superhero movie continued to break records, and the most exciting part for us in Mzanzi was the announcement that some of our favourite local entertainers, including Babes and Sjava, were featured on the soundtrack.
What? Babes and Mampintsha are back together?
Fans rallied behind the singer after the Mampintsha accusations were made. However, a few months later, Babes was spotted with Mampintsha, sparking rumours of a possible reuinion. Although none of the musicians have confirmed the news, their social pages continue to raise eyebrows.
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