Although she expressed complete excitement at the news of bagging the job of her dreams recently, Ntsiki Mazwai seems to be experiencing a love-hate relatonship at work. As usual, she took to social media to address her concerns.
Her fans have always wanted her to start her own talk show to showcase her opinions and often controversial views. She was given that opportunity by Moja Love's Show Me The Love this year, but it's not all balloons and streamers as you would think.
According to TshisaLive, even though Ntsiki didn't point fingers, she did tell her followers on Twitter that she has been dealing with some "inside drama" in the new gig she bagged recently.
She wrote: "You know what's tricky for me at work? Half of them love me and the other half hate me and for me it's about figuring out who is who in my zoo."
Ntsiki has a troop of soldiers who support her and are ever ready to stand by her. But through the years, her views have also earned her the title of one of the most controversial media personalities, which in a way has led her to gaining a few enemies too.
The media personality quickly clapped back, saying that she was one of the original names "nominated" to present the show in its first season. Check out her tweet below:
However, Ntsiki is excited about making her debut on our TV screens and she encouraged her Twitter followers to watch the show. Check out her tweets below:
Four days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that poet and musician, Ntsiki Mazwai, recently shared that she realised why she had to spend two years in Soweto - it was part of her new journey as TV host. Ntsiki is grateful for what she learned during her time in the township.
Outspoken and sometimes controversial , Ntsiki is set to host the TV talk show on Moja Love's Show Me Love in April. She said it has been a dream to do this and she enjoys sharing her wisdom with Mzansi, as reported by Briefly.co.za.
According to Ntsiki, staying in Soweto has helped her career grow to where it is now. She shared this revelation of hers with fans on social media
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