Ntsiki Mazwai said Cyril Ramaphosa isn't her president because she didn't vote for him. The outspoken presenter soon got dragged for saying this and people accused her of being an attention-seeker.
Ntsiki Mazwai, TV host, poet and activist, is well-known for her outspoken and controversial views, and she often garners a lot of hate thanks to it.
When she recently made it clear that she doesn't support President Ramaphosa, she caused quite a stir.
According to Ntsiki, since she didn't vote for him (or the ANC), he is not her president.
This sparked a flood of comments, especially from Briefly.co.za readers who feel that Ntsiki is just trying to get attention by saying the kind of things she does.
Puleng Mandisa Ka Kotsoana was one of many to say Ntsiki's remarks are all about attention.
"This lady enjoys iattention. I'm not gonna waste my precious time cause she's not my favourite person anyway."
Many people felt the same:
Ntsiki uyadiphoxa stop looking for world attention ,,in wrong reasons Ramaphosa is our guy to rebuild ANC we love most ,,,u will cause people not to support your poem venue u want people to support u it will be empty,stop linyatso sisi I love u too,
Ntsiki as we are celebrating Africa month I was regarding you as my Africa Queen but With this attention seeking behaviour you no longer deserve that title. Your unique kind of music, make-up, attire always assemble African Queen but not you have turn into gossip arrogant Queen.
This lady always seeking for spot light on the media..
Shame attention seeker.PRESIDENT MATAMELA CYRIL RAMAPHOSA MY PRESIDENT MY CHOICE MY HOPE
Argh! O rata attention .. She's trying to revive her relevancy that's not there
Attention seeker Yooh... Leave President out of ur obsession wabora
Attention seeker, yr mind must be examined.
Another Facebook user, Xolani Shabangu, is sure Ntsiki will get into trouble because of the things she says.
"1 day that mouth is gonna land you in hot water."
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