- Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media with a cringe-worthy and rather questionable clip
- She discussed what it is like for her friend's husbands to hit on her and admitted she doesn't mind sharing
- In Ntsiki's opinion, it is not her duty to stop married men from giving with her, it's the wife or married man's job
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Reading updates from Ntsiki Mazwai always leaves us with our mouths hanging open.
Never thinking she could top any of her previous statements, she had a reaction from people this time with their jaws on the floor.
Briefly.co.za saw how her recent post on Twitter had people gobsmacked. The controversial personality wanted all married men to stop hitting on her unless their wives were ok with it.
Ntsiki stated that with her big ego she is unable to keep a secret.
"Can I just ask married men to stop hitting on me? I have a very big ego and it doesn't allow for me to take somebody's leftovers, so, please. And I mean we have had this conversation before unless your wife agrees and I have a relationship with her and I am like 'girl are you okay can I borrow your penis?'"
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The beautiful 39-year-old poet and recording artist openly shared that she has previously experienced something the same before.
"That has happened before where she was like you know what my man's penis is so nice I don't mind sharing and I was like okay let me go check it out. I checked it out, I came back to her and I was like girl, damn, it is nice".
Ntsiki is adamant that she would certainly not be any man’s secret with happens going on in some shady corner. Not gonna happen, Nisiki will not hide for anyone.
"When you hit on me and you got somebody must I be hiding myself? I am not a secret, I am not something that is going to happen in a shady corner. If you want to come have a night with me, you are going to tell your wife that it is Ntsiki's turn today".
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