Ntsiki Mazwai Dragged For Speaking Down On Women With Weaves

"Weaves make women bi**hy also."

By  | Jan 13, 2020, 11:30 AM

Ntsiki Mazwai strikes again and this time her tweets are aimed at black women. 


It is a new year and the start of a new decade, which many celebrities have dedicated to everything positive in their lives. However, Ntsiki stays trending for all the negative reasons.

Ntsiki made some offensive remarks about women and their weaves saying that black women should focus on their own kinky African hair instead of "mimicking" white women. She even called this widespread pandemic of weaves as a sickness instead of a preference.

Sparking a debate that had men siding with her, she had people agreeing with her sentiments and proceeded to bash black women for 'idolizing' white women hair. The musician reckons that imitating white women's hair, lowers black women's standards and image.

Ruffling a few feathers, social media came out guns-blazing at the poetess but she stood her ground and is unshaken by the negativity. She told people who do not like what she tweets to block her instead.

Trying to back up her theory, Ntsiki Mazwai went on to mention the lack of white women's interest in black hair.

The 'woke' artist even went on a dragging spree when she came after women with weaves and said they are 'glorifying' whiteness and disregarding their African roots. Her tweets were seen as offensive. Yikes!

The Qhawe singer had to mention a few women in the entertainment industry from Nicki Minaj to Cardi B, saying they look like clowns for their usage of weaves. She even made a few comments about Pearl Thusi and her race.

Thickleeyonce tried to engage in the debate, siding with the crowd that is against Ntsiki but later deleted her tweet when she was marred with some backlash.

Ntsiki had a field day on her twitter and says that she uses Twitter to voice out her thoughts and engage with people. Some have suggested that she migrates to Instagram seeing how her tweets offend many. The singer told people she is here to stay. Here are some of the reactions;

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