Babes Wodumo Takes Her Show “Uthando Lodumo,” Off Showmax To New Platform

The third season of Uthando Lodumo promises to bring a fresh perspective and new themes as it delves deeper into the life of Babes Wodumo following the tragic passing of her husband, Mampintsha.

Babes Wodumo Takes Her Show
Babes Wodumo Takes Her Show "Uthando Lodumo," Off Showmax To New Platform.

Babes Wodumo, whose real name is Bongekile Simelane, has made a significant decision to pull her reality show, “Uthando Lodumo,” from the Showmax streaming platform. The move marks a strategic shift in her career as she seeks more lucrative opportunities.

Babes Wodumo, a renowned Durban-based singer, has been a prominent figure in the South African music scene for years, gaining fame for her unique style and compelling performances.

The reality show “Uthando Lodumo” initially chronicled the life and relationship of Babes Wodumo and her late husband, Mampintsha. The first two seasons offered viewers an intimate glimpse into their personal and professional lives, resonating with a wide audience.

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However, with the untimely passing of Mampintsha, the upcoming third season is set to pivot its focus towards Babes Wodumo’s life after his death, exploring her journey of healing and resilience.

The decision to transition from Showmax stems from Babes Wodumo’s pursuit of a more favourable streaming deal. According to a source close to the situation, “that’s the only reason she left Showmax.

She was shopping for a better deal.” This move underscores her determination to secure a platform that offers better financial terms and wider reach, aligning with her evolving career goals.

The third season of Uthando Lodumo promises to bring a fresh perspective and new themes as it delves deeper into the life of Babes Wodumo following the tragic passing of her husband, Mampintsha.

The show will provide an intimate look at her journey through grief, showcasing her resilience and strength as she navigates the challenges of widowhood. This season is set to offer a poignant exploration of her emotional landscape, highlighting moments of vulnerability and the steps she takes towards healing.

One of the key aspects of this season will be Babes Wodumo’s openness about her evolving personal life. The star has been candid about her new relationship with Amapiano artist Zuma, who is said to be dating the Wololo singer.

This new chapter in her life will be a focal point, offering viewers a closer look at how she balances her personal and professional lives. The inclusion of other artists in the show will further enrich the narrative, providing a broader context of the music industry and its impact on her journey.

Additionally, the series will shine a light on Babes Wodumo’s role as a mother to her son, Nhlanhla Hlelolenkosi Maphumulo, affectionately known as Sponge. Her experiences and challenges in raising her child as a single mother will be a significant part of the show.


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