He has since been arrested and appeared at the Pinetown Magistrate’s Court in Durban on the same day, where he was eventually released on a R20,000 bail. He is due reappear in May.
Plus, there has been a growing number of those who believe Mampintsha’s music should be boycotted in response, birthing the hashtag #MuteMampintsha.
Reason why it is not so surprising that a group of fans prevented the West Ink boss from gaining entry into the Pietermaritzburg Cubana club where he was due to perform over the weekend.
Asides from that, a group of people also made fun of Mampintsha in the background as they shouted “Khon’iyngane layndlini Mampintsha.”
The phrase loosely translates to “There are children here Mampintsha” as it is the same line the musician said in the video showing him hitting Babes Wodumo.
This latest incident comes on the heels of the public apology which Mampintsha made to Babes Wodumo, her family and entire country over the weekend across various social media platforms.
However, it does seem not everyone is ready to forgive the disgraced star just yet judging by the recent reactions and applause of the viral video.
Peep the video of the confrontation with Mampintsha below, then be sure to join the conversation with your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
— Zamanombulelo (@Zamanombulelo1) March 17, 2019