Babes Wodumo now being compared to Kelly Khumalo here is why .Bongekile Mildred Simelane (born July 26, 1994), better known as Babes Wodumo is a South African gqom artist and choreographer. She rose to fame following the release of her breakthrough song “Wololo”, in 2016. The song later appeared on her debut studio album, Gqom Queen, released in late 2016.

 

Kelly Nonhlanhla Khumalo (born November 11, 1982) is a South African singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer. Born and raised in Nquthu, KwaZulu-Natal, she was discovered while performing at a gospel talent search and signed a record deal with Bonsai Entertainment, releasing her debut studio album T.K.O (2005). She shot to fame after the release of her debut album T.K.O (2005). She was named the Best Newcomer of 2005 in the Afro-Pop music circuit. The Past, The Present, The Future album was released on 5 November 2012.

 

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In May 2013, She scooped an award at the 19th South African Music Awards.A picture of Babes Wodumo and kelly Khumalo wearing the same thing on their ahead across their face got people talking after what people noticed as people started comparing them. Below is the picture shared:

 

 

After seeing this picture people started commenting about babes Wodumo’s hat saying it looks different from the one that Kelly Khumalo is wearing, they say the one that Kelly Khumalo is wearing is nicer than the one that Babes are wearing. They say it looks big it’s oversize. They continue to say Kelly Khumalo’s one is the best. She is the one who wore it better.

 

 

People don’t understand why Babes Wodumo’s hat looked the way it did, is and why it looked like its oversize because she was not ok. There’s a possibility that Kelly Khumalo was wearing that hat for a special occasion that didn’t want a lot of attention then it didn’t put her under pressure.Babes Wodumo on the other side was under a lot of pressure with the baby, as she had picked him up and down. By the look of things this hat wants you to sit still and not move a lot because the more you move the more it also moves.