Mampintsha strives to change the public’s disgraceful image
Mampintsha’s past is clearly a sore point for the West Ink front, and therefore the brother is currently performing on fixing his public image if his latest actions are anything to travel by.
The musician and businessman together third of iconic kwaito group, Big Nuz, was celebrated and lauded by his fan base and South Africans everywhere. But it seems that the separation of the group following the passing of R Mashesha marked a downward public image trajectory for Mr. Shimora. to travel through it once we are taught to drink water would be futile, but here are some “highlights.”
Of course, his relationship with Babes Wodumo did the foremost damage to his public image. All it took was one Metro FM interview when the revelation of Bhut’ Madlisa’s abusive ways to start out the snowball effect. Then came the video that as long as even big-boned men can aspire to be Michael Jordan- if you catch on, you catch on. then there was the just about airing of what would are the South African version of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s tragic reality show. A show that the couple worked to creating sure it never sees the sunshine of day.
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His solo music career has left much to be desired too. Mampintsha since going solo has had lukewarm singles that haven’t managed to capture South African’s attention like his days back with Big Nuz. And what could are an enormous song, “As’Trende,” by Prince Kaybee was quickly canned after Prince Kaybee couldn’t stand the warmth within the kitchen. This was after fans dragged Prince Kaybee for filth for endorsing a known and proven abuser.
But Mampintsha is functioning his hardest to form sure that his public image is best curated. First, it had been with the announcement of him proposing to Babes Wodumo, and the girl saying yes. The engaged couple followed that news with the announcement that they’re going to finally have a reality show, which can not play them dirty that way Moja Love almost did.
Recently on Instagram, Mampintsha shared a video of himself in the studio. The session was “lit” ‘literally. The smoke within the room is clear, and therefore the incontrovertible fact that they’re mostly topless says it all. However, Shimura within the video is often seen actively trying to stop his entourage from flouting the alcohol they were consuming. He has since deleted the video, but those that know-know.