- Ntsiki Mazwai ruffled the feathers of many Mzansi peeps when she slammed xenophobes for directing their anger at the wrong people
- The controversial singer suggested that the black foreign nationals who are in Mzansi are not stealing from the economy
- She said Zimbabweans, Nigerians and the Malawians are merely getting jobs that are at the bottom of the food chain
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Ntsiki Mazwai has slammed xenophobic South Africans. The controversial singer took to social media to express her views on the topic that has divided Mzansi since the Black Lives Matter movement protests in the US.
Ntsiki suggested that the black foreign nationals who are in Mzansi are not stealing from the economy but are merely "getting jobs that are at the bottom of the food chain" in order to survive.
She said Mzansi peeps were confusing her because they directed their anger at the wrong people while leaving "white people who are actually stealing from you".
She accused South African xenophobes of being scared of the "whites".
Ntsiki said in a video she posted on Twitter:
"My South African brothers and sisters, you are confusing me. Why are you fighting other African countries, the Malawians, the Zimbabweans, the Nigerians, when they are getting the jobs that are at the bottom of the food chain?
"You leave the white people who are actually stealing from you, from your economy because you're scared of whites and now you rather attack the black people. What the f*ck is wrong with you."
READ ALSO: Emtee prepares to launch new sneakers to mixed reception: "Get ready"
The majority of tweeps who viewed her video disagreed with her.
"We not scared of whites, we just understand the concept of economics. How on earth are other Africans flocking while they have land? There is no job in bottom of food chain, you need jobs to build your own economy. Your argument is weak. Nigeria did that to Ghana, was it hate?"
"Which bottom of the chain jobs are Nigerians doing? Is drug peddling and human trafficking jobs? There’s no self-hate in a host country demanding respect from other Africans. All other African countries have done so. We’re fighting anyone who takes advantage of our hospitality."
Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi took to social media to let xenophobes know that she enjoys trolling them. The stunner was recently dragged for defending foreign nationals against tweeps who asked South African government to get rid of them.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!