Ntsiki Mazwai Called Out For Her Alleged "Double Standards"

And tweeps had receipts of her inconsistencies.

By  | Aug 30, 2020, 11:23 AM  | Ntsiki Mazwai  | Drama

Ntsiki Mazwai has again found herself on the trends list and instead of fans defending her; they are back at trolling the star for her alleged “double standards.”

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The star has come and pledged her support for Kelly Khumalo. Ntsiki went on to Twitter and asked for an end of the alleged bullying of the singer. Confused? Here is a quick catch up session on Kelly Khumalo’s drama.

The popular and controversial musician is allegedly named by Senzo Meyiwa’s “hitman” as part of the conspirators that colluded together to have the late Bafana Bafana captain and goalkeeper murdered on the night of his tragic passing. Kelly has been, and seems to be the continued “easy target” for social media and the public to accuse of killing the father of her second born, and a man that was willing to publicly endorse their relationship despite being married to someone else at the time. 

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Back to Ntsiki and her call for tweeps to stop allegedly bullying the singer every time that Senzo Meyiwa’s ongoing murder case makes the headline. While noble of her to come to Kelly’s defense, Ntsiki has a closet full of skeletons that tweeps were ready to air out to silence the poet.  This is a stark difference compared to when tweeps were defending her against new Black Twitter C-I-C, Mr Handsome.

This past week the infamous Twitter profile, Mr Handsome, garnered popularity over his tweets attacking public personalities like Mihlali Ndamase, and Boity. But that quickly changed when Mr Handsome put his foot in his mouth by suggesting that Ntsiki Mazwai is too ugly to be raped. Hectic!
So Ntsiki was riding off the camaraderie she had received when she took to Twitter to support Kelly, but that quickly changed as tweeps went in on her. Tweeps suggested that if the gender roles were reversed would she still be calling it “bullying” or simply the pursuit for justice.  To prove their point, tweeps shared a tweet from her stating that Sjava is not being “bullied” by supporters and believers of Lady Zamar’s allegations.
To further prove their point, they showed some recent receipts in the form of tweets of her malicious tweets directed at other celebrities. The aim was to show that baby girl has also mercilessly done what she is accuse other social media users of doing for less. And her cause was not to find justice, but to drag fellow women as a self-proclaimed feminist.

Image credit: Instagram @miss_ntsiki_mazwai