Babes Wodumo during the Saturday Loerie Awards Ceremony at the ICC on August 20, 2016 in Durban.
DURBAN – Fans of dance sensation Babes Wodumo have been left red-faced.
It has emerged the dance music sensation pulled the wool over South Africans' eyes with her “missing USB” video, which was nothing but a publicity stunt to create hype for her next single Ganda Ganda.
She begged fans to send her a link to the song to so she could delete it.
WATCH: Babes Wodumo asking people to send her a link of the song in a stolen USB so she can delete it. pic.twitter.com/TbKBf5YbXt— Phil Mphela (@PhilMphela) August 28, 2017
Social media users were confused about how her request was technically possible.
So according to Babes Wodumo therez a link to delete a song on a missing USB?is it technology or witchcraft? pic.twitter.com/CRlxMQ00FW— Dzaddy_mO® (@mO_Moremi) August 28, 2017
Babes wodumo is already in 2060 pic.twitter.com/vR9L9jmtZ0— Taurean Tha $avage (@NokturnalTeaves) August 29, 2017
What if Babes Wodumo been "deleting" her name from those awards announcement envelopes. pic.twitter.com/m3vMv8VeSd— Mr_Bettina (@phethohlubi3) August 28, 2017
However, a few hours later the singer announced that she had located the “missing USB” and that her single Ganda Ganda is due for release on Wednesday on iTunes.