I have feel­ings too, says Babes af­ter con­fronta­tion at air­port

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Just a few hours af­ter a video of Babes Wo­dumo get­ting into an al­ter­ca­tion with a woman at an air­port went vi­ral – spark­ing a mas­sive de­bate on how celebs should con­duct them­selves – the singer posted a mes­sage on In­sta­gram talk­ing about so­ci­eties’ ex­pec­ta­tion of celebri­ties.

Mzansi’s self-pro­claimed Gqom Queen took to In­sta­gram on Wed­nes­day to post a video of the late Brenda Fassie.

In the video, Fassie ex­plains that she will not be taken for a fool by ag­gres­sive peo­ple just be­cause she is a celebrity and she “can’t” re­act vi­o­lently.

“I can do any­thing I want to do‚ any­time‚ with any­body I want. That is no­body’s busi­ness. Be­cause I am Brenda Fassie [does not] mean I can’t fight or say ‘voet­sek’ if any­body says any­thing to me.”

Wo­dumo cap­tioned the video with a brief, but clear mes­sage.

“We are all hu­mans. Be­ing a celeb doesn’t mean I’m an an­i­mal. I have feel­ings‚ emo­tions‚ a heart.” –


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