Nadia Nakai makes it clear: She ain’t stockpiling, she a hoarder

Nadia Nakai makes it clear: She ain’t stockpiling, she a hoarder

- Nadia Nakai got accused of stockpiling and she was having none of it

- Our girl let everyone know that she has a bit of an overbuying problem on the daily, not just because of the lockdown

- Hoarding is a real thing and Nadia hoards food, she doesn't stockpile out of fear, apparently

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After Nadia Nakai posted on Twitter she was accused of stockpiling. She responded to try explaining herself.

After South Africa received the news that there would be a lockdown, the 40 Bars rapper showed her excitement by sharing on Twitter her grocery supplies. learnt that due to her hoarder habits, Nadia has supplies that would last her for a whole month which will save her from having to fulling in queues in order to buy food.

She expressed her happiness that she has been a hoarder shopper all her life. She posted that the shops are going to be insane and she is sitting with supplies for a month.

There was a tweep that felt Nadia had gone against the request from the President’s directive not to stockpile. The tweet reprimanded the Chankura rapper for doing what she did saying that there is no need for stockpiling as per our President.

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Nadia feeling that she had been misinterpreted explained that she did not stock pile as she had sufficient food for the 21 days lockdown prior to her going out and shopping. Her shopping spree was normal for her.

In other news, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a national 21-day shutdown on March 26 and peeps are shook. Multiple Mzansi celebs have taken to social media to share their views.

The lockdown is necessary to control the spread of Covid-19, but it has definitely heightened a whole other level of panic. saw how social media flooded with comments after the announcement was made, with a lot coming from our celebs.

One of the first to have their say was Cassper Nyovest. He is all for the lockdown and urges the people of Mzansi to take it seriously.

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