- Ntsiki Mazwai has slammed Black Coffee following his twar with Prince Kaybee
- Ntsiki also slammed "white capital celebs" who are making money for white people
- The star said Bonang Matheba, Somizi Mhlongo, Coffee and many others "are black excellence created by white monopoly"
Ntsiki Mazwai has slammed Black Coffee and other "white capital celebs" who are, according to her, making money for white people.
Ntsiki's Twitter rant was fuelled by Coffee's trending twar with Mzansi-based musician, Prince Kaybee.
Coffee reportedly resorted to using racial slur directed at Kaybee. The Uwrongo hitmaker had slammed South African celebs for always trying to sound smart on social media "after watching YouTube videos".
Tweeps then came for Coffee and accused him of capitalising on being a white people's favourite DJ.
That's where Ntsiki jumped in and took shots at Mzansi celebs who have worked closely with top white management.
She alleged that the Superman hitmaker's career was "parachuted" by white management. Ntsiki killed two birds with one stone with her tweet as she also slammed Coffee's friend, DJ Euphonik.
"But the irony of #blackcoffee calling others house ni***rs when his entire career was parachuted by white management...awkward. Even Euphonik forgets he comes from 5FM equivalent to a DA black. Watching their ignorance on display was embarrassing to say the least."
She also took aim at media personalities Bonang Matheba and Somizi Mhlongo.
"Black Coffee, Bonang, Cyril Ramaphosa, Somizi and many others are black excellence created by white monopoly."
The singer did not spare internationally acclaimed Mzansi comedian Trevor Noah.
"It's like white funders give nice things to one or two of us... then we get distracted and call it black excellence. And act like clowns around people who are mere puppets and making money for white people."
Briefly.co.za has reported that Coffee has tried to iron things out with Kaybee. Kabyee said he doesn't want Coffee's apology and accused him of disliking him.
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