Ntsiki Mazwai makes bold statements about EFF leader: #JuliusMustFall

Ntsiki Mazwai makes bold statements about EFF leader: #JuliusMustFall

- Ntsiki Mazwai has jumped in on the #ShimzaMustFal and #JuliusMustFall drama

- She believes Malema has his spoon in many pots most would never even think about, such as the Advocate Barry Roux Twitter account

- In a series of posts, Ntsiki stated her case, claiming Malema uses his female EFF members for questionable activities as well

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Ntsiki Mazwai, as always, has jumped in to have her say. Social media went cray over the weekend over the whole #ShimzaMustFall and #JuliusMustFall trends, and Ntsiki couldn’t help herself.

One thing everyone knows about Ntsiki is that sis has no filter and is totally unapologetically cutthroat.

Briefly.co.za reported on the drama that the #ShimzaMustFall movement caused, especially when EFF leader Julius Malema jumped to Shimza’s defence, giving rise to #JuliusMustFall.

The #ShimzaMustFall and #JuliusMustFall hashtags have been trending ever since and Ntsiki saw this as an opportunity to air her views about the CIC EFF leader.

Ntsiki believes that Julius uses women in the EFF to gain political backing and fight his battles.

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Taking to social media back in with some very strong statements, Ntsiki made her point about Malema using women very clear.

Ntsiki believes Malema has his spoon in many pots most would never even think about – like the Advocate Barry Roux Twitter account. She believes Malema is about to expose himself and prove her right.

Female EFF members such as Naledi Chirwa and ex-member Mandisa Mashego were brought up in Ntsiki’s posts as examples of times Malema used women to fight his battles:

Many peeps think that maybe Ntsiki should be crowned the #JuliusMustFall CIC!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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