- Ntsiki Mazwai shared her two cents' worth about a white American presenter who compared her black co-host to a gorilla
- Even though the presenter apologised for her error, she received a backlash from thousands of people, including Ntsiki Mazwai
- Ntsiki called on black Americans to receive mental health intervention after the co-host sided with the white presenter
Media personality, Ntsiki Mazwai, has joined the majority who are outraged about a white American TV host who compared her black co-host to a gorilla recently.
According to TshisaLive, the New York Post reported that Alex Housden of Oklahoma City TV ended a segment about a gorilla at a local zoo by comparing it to her long-time co-host, Jason Hackett, earlier this week.
But the incident sparked a huge outcry of racism and led to Housden apologising. See her apology below:
Housden’s apology went viral, but many people have slammed her and even called for her to be fired.
Even Mzansi musician, Ntsiki Mazwai shared her opinion on the matter after she watched the video. Ntsiki slammed Housden and Hackett, saying black Americans needed mental health intervention.
“OMG this c**n agreed that he looks like a gorilla and then went on to say this white lady is his best friend. Black Americans need mental health intervention,” she wrote.
About four weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi’s controversial queen had struck again. Ntsiki Mazwai jumped in on the xenophobia debate and pretty much told everyone to suck it. Ntsiki’s name never appears in a headline for a ‘normal’ reason.
The entertainment star freely airs her views even if the whole world is against her. Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki went on another one of her famous social media rants regarding the immigration and xenophobia commotion taking place in Mzansi.
Taking to social media, Ntsiki expressed that she felt that every African should be allowed to go wherever they feel on the African continent without consequences.
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