Ntsiki Mazwai took a swipe at Julius Malema's party, adding its leadership was old news and no longer fresh.
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Poet and musician Ntsiki Mazwai fired shots at the Economic Freedom Fighters' leadership. Taking to social media, Mazwai responded to news that Julius Malema's party won over students.
In a series of tweets, Mazwai took shots at the EFF's leadership, which she called 'stale' recently.
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She then went on to write, "Infact top 6 at EFF are now stale."
Briefly.co.za gathered social media users responded to Mazwai's tweet, adding she should keep in mind the party is relatively new in the political sphere.
Lungile, who goes by the Twitter handle @lungidosh, commented: "A party that's nt even 10 years old,already has a stale top 6!I think nt."
Abatswebayo, @Compaorist, wrote: "Stale how? They've just swept up ALL the campuses. Lol."
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It is not the first time Mazwai took shots at the EFF, in fact, the feud last year when the poet said no thanks to supporting Juju's party.
This led to Malema clapping back, adding he did not need the support of a "failed poet" like Mazwai, TsishaLIVE reported.
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