Amapiano singer and dancer Kamo Mphela (21) and other members of the amapiano culture are living their best lives touring the UK.
Tweeps have recently commented that 27-year-old Babes Wodumo’s would have allowed her to travel as far as the UK, had Mampintsha not have been in her life.

Kamo has since gone live on her social media to address the comparison saying, “It’s just weird.”

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“I started my hustle for myself to better my life, the life of my parents and to make sure my dreams come true.”
Kamo says she is not competing with anyone.
“This is not a competition, my life is not a competition. I chose to do this because I want to change my life or better my life. I am not competing. You guys need to stop this thing of comparing me with Babes Wodumo. I respect her so much. I f#@ks with her. Her and I have a really good relationship. “

Kamo says for people to try and pin them against each other will not work.
“I am in no competition to be the best. I’m in my own lane, trying to do my own thing, live my life and my dreams. If I’m not the best in my own lane, I am the best in my lane. It is not going change no matter what anyone says.”

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The singer will soon be releasing two singles Ghost ad along with the likes of DBN Gogo, Mr JazziQ and Folcalistic, are taking amapiano to the world, performing at the AMA Fest at the South of England Showground.
They are also performing in Manchester at the BEC Arena this weekend at an event dubbed The Kings Of Amapiano and will be away from home until November 2021.