Ntsiki Mazwai stirs the pot with political discussion on Christmas Eve

Ntsiki Mazwai stirs the pot with political discussion on Christmas Eve

- Ntsiki Mazwai likes to stir things up and she did so again on Christmas Eve

- She asked her followers on social media a political question about the country's justice system

- While she got some opinions and points of view from her fans, others asked her to wait with these serious things until next year

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Ntsiki Mazwai is easily one of South Africa's top controversial celebs - every so often she said something that ticks a lot of people off.

The entertainer doesn't care what people think either, she'll continue to say her say regardless of how others feel about it.

She said once that she could do a better job than Minister Mthethwa, took a swipe or two at Bonang Matheba, caused upset with her opinion after SA won the Rugby World Cup, and received a lot of attention for saying that the unity behind Miss SA was fake.

And although many people slam her for being 'too negative', Ntsiki still seems to enjoy stirring the pot.

On Christmas Eve, she asked her fans a question that was politically-motivated but they weren't really feeling it.

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Here's what some tweeps had to say:


"Yes but only in January. For now, let's wait with politics and enjoy our holidays in peace with our loved ones after a hectic year."


"Let’s reserve it for January nou monyanya watsefa"


"Let’s leave that for Boxing Day. Xmas Eve today, many are in a jovial mood, some want to breathe easy."


"Such a topic on Christmas Eve."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki refuses to apologise to Basetsana Khumalo for her Zozibini Tunzi tweet.

This came after she spat fire at Bassie for allegedly being mean in her treatment of Zozi during what turned out to be a mock interview.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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