Poet/musician, Ntsiki Mazwai set the record straight on Twitter about her supporting bare faces than being made up.
According to TshisaLive, Ntsiki was always anti-weaves and was never shy to voice her opinion on it, but she took a rather heavy backlashing on Twitter, after a tweep suggested she is a hypocrite for posting pictures of herself with make up.
But like Ntsiki to always have something to say, she took to Twitter earlier today to explain that her make-up is part of the costume she had to adorn every day as part of her TV host job.
Ntsiki claimed that she always rebelled against the idea of make-up, even before American singer, Alicia Keys hogged the limelight for going #MakeUpFree. Check out her tweet below.
The opinionated TV host also went on to engage her male fans on why they thought they could comment on the weaves vs natural hair debate when they "hated" their own hair. She suggested that they look at their own self-esteem issues.
But her male followers responded saying that it was women who make men cut their hair and that black men with white hairstyles are the real gentlemen. Check out some of the retweets below:
But Ntsiki said that men didn't know the difference between weaves and make-up.
Two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that singer and activist Ntsiki Mazwai claimed she had fulfilled her dreams of becoming a TV talk show host.
Ntsiki is well known for her razor-sharp tongue on social media and has often given her two cents' worth to politicians and celebrities alike. But has now moved her opinions to Moja Love's Show Me Love, where she plans to share her wisdom with Mzansi on TV screens.
A lot of people have been encouraging Ntsiki to start her own talk show, and she even tried to satisfy her fans by opening her own podcast.
Talking about her new appointment, she said: "I feel like I was kind of born for this. It feels like that thing that I have been needing to do. I think it will bring a lot of enlightenment, joy and laughter to viewers. But I will always be me."
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