Say what? Ntsiki Mazwi and Pearl Thusi have buried the hatchet

Say what? Ntsiki Mazwi and Pearl Thusi have buried the hatchet

Ntsiki Mazwai shared an appreciation post to Pearl Thusi, proving that the two have finally buried the hatchet and are ready to move on from their squabbles.

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It is a known fact that calling on other celebrities on social media, is part of who Ntsiki Mazwai is. But this time around, the artist and TV host chose to take a moment to appreciate a fellow Mzansi sister.

While many are surprised by her latest social media post because it was only a few weeks back, when the two celebrities clashed on Twitter.

But it looks like Ntsiki doesn’t take things to heart, because now she is singing Pearl’s praises.

Ntsiki responded to Pearl’s tweet in which she opened up about her use of social media moving forward. Pearl’s new perspective on life was well received by many followers including Ntiski.

Ntsiki retweeted: “Well done little sister, to growth and flourishing.”

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Although Ntsiki's tweet didn't get much reactions, there was one follower who commended Ntsiki for displaying her maturity and making peace with Pearl.

Then on Wednesday’s episode of ‘Behind The Story’, Pearl also sent Ntsiki a shout out when the guest of the day, singer Cici, mentioned how Ntsiki supported her during her darkest hour.

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Just over a week ago, reported that Ntsiki Mazwai enjoys sharing her opinion and experiences with her followers on social media. She recently opened up about the treatment she got from a friend she once went out of her way to help.

The saying goes 'A friend in need is a friend indeed', and it is very accurate. Some people only know others when they are in trouble or need a helping hand, but when the time comes to give the assistance they received, it's not happening.

Ntsiki Mazwai, local poet, TV host and activist, recently shared her own experience with her followers on Twitter. She says that she once drove 10 hours to help a friend who had an addiction problem, but when she hit a low in her life, the person didn't help her - she was harshly judged instead.

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