- Ntsiki Mazwai is not taking her foot off AKA's neck as she continues to blast the rapper
- The controversial media personality expressed her displeasure over AKA returning to life as usual so soon after Nelli Tembe's death
- Although one social media user tried to explain AKA's side of things, Mazwai just wasn't having any of it
Ntsiki Mazwai is not happy about AKA having returned to doing public gigs so soon after Nelli Tembe’s death.
The media personality took to social media to respond to a fan who made a similar statement. In her response, Ntsiki said that she felt like it was the public that forced AKA to go into mourning.
“And it's sad that the public had to force him to go into mourning... It was life as usual. Party party party.”
One social media user argued that even through his grief, AKA had bills to pay and had a family to feed, but Mazwai was having none of it.
The poet has been very vocal about AKA since the videos of him leaked. In one of the videos, the rapper could be seen breaking down a door in his home in order to get to the late Tembe.
Briefly News reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has called for AKA’s music to be muted from radio amid accusations that he abused the late Nelli Tembe.
As more videos of the toxic relationship leak, Mazwai believes that it is irresponsible to have his music played on radio. Taking to social media, she posted:
“I think all radio stations need to mute AKA music till further notice...”
Social media users had mixed reactions to Mazwai’s thoughts:
“I think artists found to be on drugs should be muted. The way its done in sport. That would be a way to discourage the use.”
“I’m against GBV but this is just wrong. Who then stand up for a boy child. Women are abusers as well. Nothing shows that she was abused by AKA.”
“Lady Zamar needs to be muted too, it unfair what happened to Sjava, he lost a lost.”
“So according to you it's guilty until proven innocent? Is there even a case opened against him?”
“I guess this is what makes you a great so-called activist, being biased and selective. You never said this rubbish with other perpetrators. You were always beating about the bush, when it comes to specifically mentioning them, because they had money, and it made you scared.”
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Source: Briefly News