- Nstiki Mazwai's recent Roast on Comedy Central has caused a stir amongst fans
- People are divided on the topic - some say it was a simple roasting and others feel it was humiliating
- Social media has been buzzing with the discussion of the roast
Comedy Central Roasts started in 2003 and since then it has become a way to make fun of celebrities by "roasting" them.
Some roasts are mild and funny, where other roasts can only be described as offensive and insulting. Despite this, roasts remain very popular and is frequently a headline in entertainment news.
The latest roast to make waves is one that took place more than a week ago, on the 7th of May. The incident started off as the roast of Somizi Mhlongo but quickly turned into the roast of Ntsiki Mazwai.
Fans feel that the roast was just too offensive and rude. For one, it seems that the roasters were making light of HIV and AIDS.
Many has described the jokes to be below the belt and unfair.
While some people enjoyed the roast, one of the people unimpressed with the jabs that Nomzamo Mbatha made at Ntsiki is Bonnie Mbuli.
Bonnie was not impressed with the reactions of some of the fans either:
Since tweeps have been discussing the roast, Twitter seems to be divided in opinion:
Some think that the jokes should not be taken so seriously as it was meant to roast Ntsiki while others think that some of the jokes were degrading.
One tweep claimed that Ntsiki deserved the roast she got and tweeted to her sister:
Ntsiki's sister decided to leave things be with a light message:
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