Ntsiki Mazwai takes a stand against ‘stars who emulate whiteness’

Ntsiki Mazwai takes a stand against ‘stars who emulate whiteness’

- Ntsiki took a stab at Bonang last week and it did not end there

- After Bonang retaliated, Ntsiki felt the need to justify herself

- She took to social media on a tangent claiming that black celebs who try and act white are the real problem

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Ntsiki Mazwai does it again! The controversial star has made headlines for another one of her infamous out busts. This time, Ntsiki had her say on black celebs emanating whiteness.

Just a couple days ago, Ntsiki took a stab Bonang Matheba. Ntsiki claimed to not know what B’s talent are and that she seems to be just a bunch of makeup and clothes.

Briefly.co.za learnt that, after being tastefully ended by Bonang on social media, Ntsiki entered round two of her spat in an attempt to justify herself.

On Monday, Ntsiki took to social media and implied that Bonang is the issue, as "stars who emulate whiteness" need to change, not her.

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She then went on to emphasis the fact that ‘we’, whoever ‘we’ is, are sick of black celebrities who try and act ‘white’. Ntsiki claims that there is no need for it and that there are a lot of ‘black’ stars that are being over looked because of these ‘white’ wanna be starts like Bonang.

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It did not stop there though. Ntsiki persisted with the racial based issue and went on a complete tangent.

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Ntsiki’s mind is clearly being clouded by racial stigmas, because there are some hella successful black celebs in Mzansi, and wearing a weave or not, doesn’t change that.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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