- Ntsiki Mazwai has blasted Mzansi peeps for not doing enough to demand justice for late Collins Khosa
- The singer has called South Africans cowards who are scared to protest against their own government
- This is after SANDF soldiers who were accused of killing Collins were cleared of any wrongdoing this week
Ntsiki Mazwai has lambasted South Africans for supporting African Americans rather than their own people.
The singer feels that Mzansi citizens are not doing enough to demand justice for Collins Khosa.
The singer's views came after peeps, including celebs, joined the Black Lives Matter movement which was triggered by the death of African American George Floyd.
Mzansi celebs have also participated in the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter and demanded justice for Floyd. Floyd died in hospital last week after a former police officer knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes.
Ntsiki has called South Africans cowards who are scared of protesting against their own government.
"Our SANDF killed a man and this week it's reported that the army will not be held responsible but you want justice for George Floyd... Stop grandstanding gwalandini (coward)! You're scared to protest your own government and now hide behind America PR???"
Ntsiki also slammed Americans for not seeking justice for Collins. She blasted peeps for continuing to show support to the US protests against injustices and racism.
"The Americans are not running around with justice for Collins... What the fu*k are you doing?"
Briefly.co.za reported that media personality Pearl Thusi is on a mission to organise a "peaceful protest" against injustices and racism. She asked Mzansi for help to organise the protest.
The recent deaths of Floyd and Collins have sparked outrage on social media.
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