Ntsiki Mazwai calls out 'fake' unity after Zozi's Miss Universe win

Ntsiki Mazwai calls out 'fake' unity after Zozi's Miss Universe win

- Zozibini Tunzi won the Miss Universe competition and South Africa is very proud of her

- Be that as it may, Ntsiki Mazwai feels that the country was not united behind her, especially not white citizens

- Ntsiki took to social media, as she often does, to call out this 'fake' notion of unity

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Many social media users are starting to think that there will always be something for Ntsiki Mazwai to get upset about.

Some even think the poet, media personality and activist is always actively looking for negatives in even the most positive events.

Ntsiki didn't feel like celebrating Zozibini Tunzi quite the same way as others did. Zozibini was crowned the winner of Miss Universe, and Ntsiki wanted to point out that the unity behind Miss SA was fake.

She feels white South Africans didn't do their part to hype Zozi as much as the black community did.

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However, her sentiment is not one that is shared by everyone. Briefly.co.za noticed that quite a large number of people don't approve of this negative point of view.


"Honestly....my white colleague was over the moon with the news this morning. HE came to my office and was raving about that answer that Zozi gave...about Leadership as well as how beautiful she is. He was genuinely happy."


"Why do I have a feeling that if they had showed up and spoken of a united South Africa, you was gonna bash them the same way you did when it was rugby hype?"


"If the hype from "our white friends" was there, you would find something else to say. Wena you are always ready to smash the joy."

The same kind of thing happened when Ntsiki and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi complained about fake unity after the Springboks won the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

This is why people think Ntsiki is looking for things to protest and be miserable about.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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