- Ntsiki took to social media to share her controversial opinion on Shauwn Mkhize
- MaMkhize’s reality show’s debut is what got Ntsiki going
- Ntsiki feels showing off one’s wealth is not something to be proud of, especially when the majority of it was acquired through politics
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When someone has money there will always be those who feel a little envious. Shauwn Mkhize has the nation feeling this way and so many wishing they had just a tenth of her wealth. Ntsiki Mazwai, on the other hand, is totally unenthusiastic with regards to just how Shauwn shows off her riches.
The South African poet has made her feelings known via Twitter since MaMkhize’s reality show’s debut. Ntsiki has once again taken to social media to share her standings on the topic of just what people are likely to show off their wealth. It is her opinion that people, poor in mind and spirit, are most likely to be the ones to be show-offs.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki went on to say that should a person have poverty in mind the spirit will take over and be responsible for them showing off their money. She also said there are those that are super comfortable with the millions they own but see no need to have anyone’s validation.
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Ntsiki further commented that Shauwn’s come-up story was not inspiring to her at all. She pointed out the fact that because MaMkhize allegedly received her wealth through political connections, that disappointed her even more.
Ntsiki also has a problem with three people living in a house that is as big as the house Shauwn owns. She can’t understand the logic behind it. Her reasoning is that Shauwn should build a school instead of living in a home as big as a school!
The response Ntsiki received after she made the comments about Shauwn were that she herself is wealthy enough to hire Asian help and that she enjoys an amazing lavish lifestyle.
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