- Ntsiki Mazwai claims that actress Nomzamo Mbatha tried to snatch her bae
- She said this happened behind the scenes at the Comedy Central Roast of Somizi show
- Ntsiki even alleged that the former Isibaya star even paraded half naked in front of her boyfriend
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Ntsiki Mazwai claims that stunner Nomzamo Mbatha tried to snatch her man not so long ago.
Ntsiki alleged that the gorgeous actress paraded half naked in front of her man in the change room just before the Comedy Central Roast of Somizi show began.
She revealed all this after an old clip of Nomzamo dragging her on the comedy show resurfaced online.
Ntsiki felt that Nomzamo had gone too far with her "jokes" during Somizi's roast and decided to spill the tea on why Nomzamo was so mean to her, ZAlebs reports.
In the video, Ntsiki reveals that she had brought her hot bae to the roast. He was chilling with her in the change room before the show. Ntsiki was then called to do her makeup by the producers, according to ZAlebs.
"Ntsiki, come do your make up. Nomzamo gets up and gets a costume and goes to the bathroom to go change because there was a boy in the room. I get up and go to look for the makeup artist and l find then busy so l go back to the change room."
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Ntsiki claims she was surprised when she got back to find Nomzamo in her panties covering her breasts and quickly going to fetch something from the rail while her boyfriend was just there traumatised.
"I think she was trying to like snatch my man but my man is not snatchable. He loves me."
Ntsiki claimed that the former Isibaya star did not even greet her that day. The roast happened during her breakup with Maps and she was hurting and needed someone to project her pain, according to Ntsiki.
Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki said South African men were the reason the country would never have a female president .
Her controversial comments were met with backlash from some Mzansi men.
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