Ntsiki Mazwai not pleased with Boks, calls them an 'apartheid trigger'

Ntsiki Mazwai not pleased with Boks, calls them an 'apartheid trigger'

- Musician and former talk show host, Ntsiki Mazwai, is known for her controversial opinions on her Twitter timeline

- Some followers love her refreshing and fearless take on certain social and political issues, but this time may be too far

- Mazwai found it within herself to throw shade at the mighty Boks, even after they guaranteed South Africa a place in the Rugby World Cup final

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The Springboks, captained by Siya Kolisi, beat the Welsh team on Sunday.

They will now play against England in Sunday's final RWC match.

Considering that the Boks last won the World Cup in 2007, and previously in 1995, Birefly.co.za reported that the whole country was ecstatic for a chance to be on top again.

Well, almost the whole country...

Mazwai tweeted that she just couldn't support the Boks because she sees them as an "apartheid trigger".

Her followers begged her to be more positive, but Mazwai was having none of it.

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Looking on the bright side, Mazwai did admit that she believes the Bokke will bring the cup home.

That's at least a little bit of (albeit backhanded) positive energy, right?

Other celebs were, however, more forthcoming with their congratulatory messages.

Bonang Matheba, Minnie Dlamini Jones and even President Cyril Ramaphosa wished the Boks a victorious final.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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