Gqom star Babes Wodumo and her sister Nondumiso Simelane was
requested to pay R1,000 fine or 30 days in prison for inability to show up in court in association with their ambush case and were additionally discovered blameworthy of disdain of court.
A warrant for their capture was issued on Friday and the two, nearby Afrotainment craftsman, Tipcee, showed up in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Monday.
In any case, they couldn’t show up in court on Monday and the Simelane sisters told the court that they were unfit to show up on the grounds that they had vehicle inconvenience on their way back to Durban from Pietermaritzburg.
Judge Jackie Jonck didn’t purchase their reason saying that “nobody is exempt from the rules that everyone else follows, even craftsmen”.
“The court can comprehend vehicles stall, however I can’t comprehend why they didn’t present themselves after the vehicle was fixed at 11:30am in light of the fact that the warrant had not been issued yet,” said Jonck.
The case was remanded until April 24 for the normal strike charges identifying with an occurrence that happened in March.
Breaking: Babes Wodumo and her sister Nondumiso have been found guilty of failure to appear before court on Friday on common assault charges. Artist Tipcee has been found not guilty as she presented and doctors note @TimesLIVE @yasantha #BabesWodumo
— Lwandile Bhengu (@Lwandi_N) April 8, 2019