Ntsiki Mazwai makes generalised report on the size of SA men’s 'nanas'

Ntsiki Mazwai makes generalised report on the size of SA men’s 'nanas'

- Ntsiki Mazwai made a hilarious, but serious, generalised statement about the size of Mzansi men's 'nanas'

- Stating that she finds most Mzansi men have smaller parts, Ntsiki got social media going

- While many found this amusing, especially women, the proud men of Mzansi did not - the comments are brilliant

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Ntsiki Mazwai clearly woke up on the social media rant side of the bed this morning.

If there is even a tiny chance for Ntsiki to overreact or make exaggerated claims about someone of something, she'll take it.

Briefly.co.za saw how Ntsiki absolutely obliterated South African men on social media this fine Monday morning.

With absolutely no filter on Family Day, Ntsiki let the world know that she finds SA men generally have small manhoods.

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While many found this amusing, especially women, the proud men of Mzansi did not. The comments that have been made are either hilarious or more disturbing than the actually post.

Ntsiki went on to make it clear that dissing her ain’t going to solve your ‘little’ problem, oh, she also let the big D men know it’s a green light for them. Yuuuuus, sis is too much!

In other news, Ntsiki also had a go at EFF leader, Julius Malema this morning.

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.

The drama that the #ShimzaMustFall movement caused, especially when EFF leader Julius Malema jumped to Shimza’s defence, was real.

Ntsiki believes that Julius uses women in the EFF to gain political backing and fight his battles. She also believes Malema has his spoon in many pots most would never even think about – like the Advocate Barry Roux Twitter account.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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