Babes Wodumo, the well-known South African Gqom artist, recently paid a heartfelt visit to her late husband Mampintsha’s grave. Mampintsha, a talented house musician, passed away more than six months ago, and Babes Wodumo had taken time off from social media to cope with her loss.
Despite the challenges she faced after his death, it was evident that she was shifting from mourning his loss to celebrating his life.
However, fans have continued to honor his memory by cherishing his incredible music, and Babes Wodumo’s recent tribute at his grave was a touching testament to the impact he had on many lives.
China’s Apple iPhone Ban Appears to Be Retaliation, US Says
National Security Council is watching issue with concern
Beijing’s Security Concerns
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In a growing international dispute, Beijing has raised concerns about the security of Apple devices, leading to an escalating government ban on iPhones in China. The White House has weighed in on the matter, suggesting that China’s actions may be a form of retaliation against the United States.
US Expresses Concern
“We’re watching this with concern, clearly. It seems to be of a piece — of the kinds of aggressive and inappropriate retaliation to US companies that we’ve seen from the PRC in the past. That’s what this appears to be,” stated National Security Council spokesman John Kirby during a press briefing on Wednesday, referring to the People’s Republic of China.