Ntsiki Mazwai: Cyril is YOUR President

Is anybody even surprised at this point?

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:43 PM  | Ntsiki Mazwai  | Drama

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Ntsiki Mazwai has a problem with our new president already and nobody is even remotely surprised. The Moja Love presenter has raised eyebrows once again following the comments she made after President Cyril Ramaphosa's historic inauguration this past weekend.

South Africa's celebrities turned up to this weekend's inauguration in a big way on Saturday after Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in to become the 5th democratically elected president of South Africa. The likes of Blue Mbombo, Zahara, Reason, Gigi Lamayne and many more of Mzansi's biggest names turned up to honour the newly elected president who promised a new dawn in Mzansi.

One person who was not in attendance (neither physically nor spiritually) is poet and musician, Ntsiki Mazwai. In fact, Ntsiki has just revealed that she isn't even willing to acknowledge him as her president! The controversial artist took to Twitter to share her views on "Our president" when she said;

"Cyril Ramaphosa is YOUR president......I didn't vote for him 🙌🏿❤️"

At this point many South Africans did their best to correct Ntsiki by pointing out that the president of a democracy is indeed your/her president, whether or not you voted for them.

Despite the insistance by many that Ramaphosa was indeed the president of the republic and therefore Ntsiki's president, she stuck to her guns and refused to submit.

It looks as if President Ramaphosa is only the latest person to land in Ntsiki Mazwai's bad books. The academic and muso is notorious for her prikly views and has made no secret of her disdain for several local celebrities.

Despite this, she has grown in prominence and following over the years and it doesn't look like it's about to stop any time soon!

Do you feel like Ntsiki Mazwai is justified for saying that Ramaphosa is not her president?

In case you missed it: Ntsiki Mazwai has a really interesting sex life!

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