- South Africans are not very happy with the comments made by Ntsiki Mazwai and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi after the Rugby World Cup
- Neither of the two was feeling in the mood to celebrate the Springboks' victory over England
- The reaction to their negativity was so intense that they trended on social media for hours
While most of Mzansi was bursting with pride at the Springbok's win, others weren't feeling the vibe as much.
SA's national team earned the right to lift the Webb Ellis Cup as the world champions of rugby on 2 November.
In particular, activist and poet, Ntsiki Mazwai, and politician Mbuyiseni Ndlozi didn't feel like celebrating the Bokke's win.
Ntsiki called the Springboks 'an apartheid trigger' and Mbuyiseni congratulated the team's captain, Siya Kolisi, but dismissed the rest of the squad.
Briefly.co.za noticed that South Africans reacted to the bad vibes these two were sending into the country and some even accused them of trying to divide Mzansi.
Peeps took to social media to express just how upset they got with Ntsiki and Mbuyiseni and they both trended on Twitter for hours on end.
While there are tweeps defending what the pair said, most people aren't impressed that they just couldn't be happy for the team's victory.
Here's what Ntsiki had to say:
Check out some of the tweets that were shared:
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