- Ntsiki Mazwai has called South African men toxic for how they treat women
- A viral video sparked an online debate over men's behaviour and women's rights to wear that they want
- She even slammed other women for how they treat other ladies based on how they dress
Ntsiki Mazwai has slammed SA men for their behaviour in a viral video. A woman in short shorts was being harassed by a group of men in a car as she walked down the street.
The woman in the video is wearing very short shorts accompanied by another woman and a man.
The video went viral and sparked a fierce debate online around women and what they wear and men's behaviour toward them according to ZAlebs.
"When we speak about toxic masculinity and South African men being bottom of the barrel THIS is what we mean. These men are disgusting. This girl looks amazing in that outfit. Our brothers are just bottom of the barrel material," Ntsiki shared.
The poet did not stop there and went on to school SA boys on women's rights to wear what they want.
She wasn't finished, she then called out other women who deride other ladies for what they wear.
Ntsiki is known for championing body positivity and revealed that her family is OK with women showing their skin.
"Christmas lunch with my big family most of the girls were walking around in bikinis with our phat thighs out! I was the oldest leading the movement and I enjoyed seeing my nieces so care free and my male relatives so harmless and unbothered. Teach yourselves to be better," she wrote.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki Mazwai is not a fan of the government's R350 relief grant and believes the president would not survive on the amount so it's unreasonable to expect South Africans to live on it.
In a series of tweets posted online on Wednesday, the outspoken poet said she wondered if President Cyril Ramaphosa could survive with the amount they are offering to South Africans.
Mazwai wrote on her Twitter account:
"I wonder if the president could survive on R350 a month."
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