Social media gets divided by Ntsiki Mazwai's recent revealing photo

Social media gets divided by Ntsiki Mazwai's recent revealing photo

- Ntsiki Mazwai is no stranger to controversy and she's done it again - she got tongues wagging

- The poet and activist shared a snap of her breasts that had social media users divided

- While people were dissing her for being 'shameless', many defended her and said she was embracing her body

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Once again, Ntsiki Mazwai got Mzansi buzzing - this time by sharing a photo of herself without a shirt on.

Social media users were in disbelief - she had once dragged Zodwa Wabantu for getting naked and now she did it herself.

Ntsiki knows controversy very well, in fact, she could adopt it as her middle name by now, but this time she had quite a number of people defending her.

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Ntsiki shared a snap of her bare upper body with the caption "Claim your male privilege...Live your life babe" and it caused a massive stir, garnering many, many reactions from Mzansi.

According to the Daily Sun, Ntsiki said she was hiking when she thought about removing her top. She claims it was a liberating feeling when she took it off.

Briefly.co.za gathered that she also told the publication that she's disappointed and disgusted with the criticism she's getting.

"First of all, this is Africa and it's hot. Secondly, we really need to start questioning ourselves as a country. I don't care who says what but the next generation of the current 2000 babies will be walking topless in the next fear years."

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Here's what people had to say:

And here's what Ntsiki had to say about trending on Twitter after people saw her naked:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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