Ntsiki Mazwai shades Bonang Matheba for owning alcohol brand

Ntsiki Mazwai shades Bonang Matheba for owning alcohol brand

- Ntsiki Mazwai decided to shade Bonang Matheba for being the owner of an alcohol brand

- After the sale of alcohol as banned during the lockdown and the destruction of it explained, Ntsiki saw an opportunity to fire shots at Bonang

- She thinks Bonang's influence should be questioned as surely it can't be positive if she promotes alcohol consumption

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Ntsiki Mazwai decided to pull Bonang Matheba into her drama once again. This time she questioned Queen B’s relevance.

Everyone knows that Ntsiki hardly ever has anything nice to say about anybody – sis will find any reason to throw shade.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki took a discrete blow at Bonang, again, questioning her influence in communities.

After the sale of alcohol was banned in the country for the duration of the dreaded lockdown, Ntsiki decided that anyone in the alcohol industry deserved some shade – poor B ended up being her victim.

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Dr Musa Mthombeni sparked Ntsiki’s fire with his enraged alcohol consumption post in which he emphasised the devastation alcohol causes.

Ntsiki felt it was only fitting to question Bonang’s influence as she is the proud owner of a sparkling wine range, House of BNG.

Subtly taking a blow a B, Ntsiki used Bonang’s famous 'champagne darling' line in her post instead of using Bonang’s name.

While Ntsiki was clearly too scared to use B’s name, errrybody saw straight through it – might as well have tagged Bonang in the post.

Ntsiki feels Bonang is a bad influence and promotes bad things, like alcohol, making money off the downfall of others. Ishu!

"You sure Champagne Darling is a good influence on our community or it's capitalist poison? Question," she tweeted.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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