Ntsiki Mazwai reacts to Zodwa accusing her of name-calling: "Shame"

Ntsiki Mazwai reacts to Zodwa accusing her of name-calling: "Shame"

Poet and singer, Ntsiki Mazwai, and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu, are both considered some of Mzansi's most controversial celebs. The two hasve been involved in some name-calling, but Ntsiki says she won't stoop to Zodwa's level.

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When two of South Africa's most outspoken and controversial celebs go after each other, it's bound to get interesting.

Zodwa Wabantu and Ntsiki Mazwai got into a verbal war after an encounter in which Zodwa accuses Ntsiki of calling her names.

TimesLIVE reported that when the women bumped into each other at the Moja Love studios, they had a bit of a confrontation and Zodwa told Ntsiki where to get off.

"I was firm and I told her where to get off, because I know what she says behind my back."

Zodwa believes Ntsiki spoke badly about semi-naked photos the self-proclaimed Vosho Queen shared on social media.

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However, according to reports, Ntsiki defended Zodwa when trolls came after her. In response to Zodwa saying she told Ntsiki off, she said she always stands up for women and then gets hate in return.

But Ntsiki said she won't drag herself to Zodwa's level, according to Youth Village.

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She shared her thoughts on Twitter:

"Shame, I could tell from that article that Zodwa Wabantu is used to being called isfebe... and she needed to say it to someone, shame, hence I have to just show her love."

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The TV host also added that she's done with standing up for women and 'validating trash'.

"I'm gonna stop standing up for women with different values to me - they don't deserve it. I'm validating trash."


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Source: Briefly.co.za

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