There are women and there are women. Women with ‘mad’ energy, with the spirit, ready to dismantle all possible obstacles on their way to get to the top. Young women of this generation are outright ‘Head Bussaz’! It takes a lot to be good at what you do and it requires hard-work to be the best. To be great, it demands unending sacrifices.
We Africans never relent. We have all been so joyous and happy, good vibes going around about Babes Wodumo’s involvement in one of the world’s greatest movies by Marvel, Black Panther. It’s really something to be proud of. Babes Wodumo is one of those exceptional young African entertainers that will most definitely sweep you off your feet and get you dancing from head to toe.
Babes Wodumo is a South African dancer and Kwaito artiste, and without doubt very gorgeous. She’s also a model, born on the 22nd of July, 1994. It’s so fascinating to see someone so young and doing great. Her real name is Bongekile Simelane and she hails from Kwazulu Natal, South Africa. Wololo, the song that brought her to the limelight was one of a kind and the interesting thing is that the song came with an infectious dance-step, very typical of Babes Wodumo, and it was the talk of the town. The song featured Big Nuz’s Mampintsha and was the fourth most played local song on South African radio.
The term ‘Wodumo’ stands for famous as she was known for dancing, singing, soccer, e.t.c and the ‘Babes’ in her name was gotten from a music group called The Babes. Recently she was featured on two tracks off the Black Panther album. This was quite ground-breaking for her and her career. We are all routing for you Babes Wodumo! Big Ups. With the way she’s going, the sky will just be a stepping stone for her.