Straight talker, Ntsiki Mazwai handled a troll very well on Twitter after he apparently threatened to leak nude pics of her.
But Ntsiki who's mastered the art of handling social media trolls handled the troll pretty well. She had a casual conversation with her followers explaining what a douchebag that person is.
Th TV host and poet took to Twitter to engage with her followers about what they thought about one-night stands, catching feelings and then being threatened with nudes.
Ntsiki explained that there was a disgruntled ex sex partner who was threatening to leak nude pics of her. This was after he apparently he became emotionally attached, despite being a married man.
She first tweeted: "[There's a] Cheap w**** threatening to leak my nudes. Go ahead so we can show your wife what you have been up to a******."
After that, her tweet was flooded with comments from people wanting to know the story behind her tweet and tweeps asking her to reveal the man's identity.
However, Ntsiki played it safe and only gave hints and vague information about what had happened from the incident to date.
Fortunately for that man, no names were mentioned however Ntiski claimed in future she will make all her partners sign non-disclosure agreements and no more nudes.
Ntsiki also clapped back at the people who judged her saying that sleeping with the wrong guy doesn't define her.
"I'm allowed to make mistakes, sometimes," she added.
Meanwhile just over two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the controversial star, Ntsiki Mazwai, did it again. She made headlines for another one of her infamous outbusts. This time, Ntsiki had her say on black celebs emanating whiteness.
Earlier that week, Ntsiki took a stab Bonang Matheba. Ntsiki claimed to not know what B’s talent were and that she seemed 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.
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