- Mzansi celebrity Ntsiki Mazwai wants more protection from social media bullies from her family and expressed this in an online rant
- This came in response to Zizo Tshwete trending on social media for posting preaching videos and had some people worried about her
- Ntsiki saw how her husband, Mayihlome Tshwete, took to social media to protect his wife and Ntsiki just wished her family would do the same
Ntsiki Mazwai is not impressed with her family for not defending her when people drag her online. Recently, Zizo Tshwete has been preaching the gospel on social media and some people were not really sure about her intentions.
Zizo's husband, Mayihlome Tshwete defended her from social media bullies online and said that his wife has always had the gift of preaching, she just chose to use it in a different way. This made Ntsiki question her own family for not coming to her rescue.
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Ntsiki is quite controversial and has made many comments in the past about various issues. This is not always received well by Mzansi social media users who have said that she's just looking for a fight all the time.
Replying to Mayihlome's tweet defending Zizo, Ntsiki said:
"Please teach this skill to my family. You protect the ones you love on social media. You don't just mind your own business."
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Mzansi social media users were amused by Ntsiki's response and one of them said that if her family were to defend her, they would have to do it on a daily basis.
Briefly News previously reported that Zizo Tshwete trended and got mixed reactions after sharing preaching videos. Zizo Tshwete has found a new passion in preaching the gospel.
The media personality posted a series of videos on her social media account preaching about God and calling on people to accept Jesus into their lives in order to fulfil their purpose.
While many were touched by the messages, others expressed concern for Zizo’s sudden spiritual awakening. Some social media users attributed her behaviour change to depression and assumed that her personal life was the cause. @miss_andisa said:
“You guys are being weird about Zizo. If you’re going to cut 45 seconds out of a 13-minute long video, obviously you’re going to make her look and sound the way she sounds in these short clips.”
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