- Ntsiki Mazwai has gained notoriety for saying what she wants, when she wants
- While her followers love this about her, not everyone appreciates what she shares on social media
- Most recently, Ntsiki commented on Trevor Noah and showed she doesn't care if people like what she had to say
A staggering R52 million was raised during Friday's Match in Africa. Bill Gates and our homegrown Trevor Noah helped make the event an immense success.
The 51 954 strong crowd was confirmed as a world record attendance, a sure sign of the excitement the event brought to South Africa.
The event managed to raise over R52 million for the Roger Federer Foundation. Briefly.co.za reported that Federer teamed up with Microsoft's Bill Gates to beat Nadal and Trevor Noah 6-3.
While many were pleased with the event, there is one person who did not quite approve - Ntsiki Mazwai.
Ntsiki was not impressed with Trevor Noah, and likened him to a black orphan adopted by white people.
"Trevor Noah is starting to have that energy of the black child adopted by whites.......not quite the same as the other blacks. Wears nice clothes and has nice toys. And distances themselves from blackness..."
This, of course, garnered an intense response by social media users.
However, Briefly.co.za noticed that Ntsiki wasn't bothered by any of the negative vibes. She told peeps to ignore her tweets if they get so upset by what she says.
"Guys leave my tweets alone if they are negative. Ignore me."
Here's a glimpse of what Ntsiki shared on her Twitter account:
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