- Ntiski Mazwai has taken to social media to reveal that she recently found out that she has a white relative
- According to her aunty, the poet's great-great-grandmother was a white woman
- Mzansi social media users were amused to by the revelations because Ntsiki is known to make a lot of comments about white people
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Ntsiki Mazwai recently made a discovery that startled her. The outspoken poet, who always blasts white privilege, said she was horrified to learn that her great-great-grandmother was white.
She took to Twitter to share that her aunt told her that she has a white relative. Mazwai shared a picture of her aunt along with the tweet.
The tweet read:
"Guys... my aunt told me today that my great-great-grandmother is white... the end."
Social media users were amused by the revelation especially because Ntsiki is very vocal about white privilege and other racially sensitive issues.
Some social media users even asked the media personality how she is taking the news. She responded:
"I'm going through a difficult time."
She went on to say that she was still digesting the information. She seemed in good spirits, however, as she shared laughing emojis.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu is not doing so well and has been sharing her frustrations on social media. The entertainer believes that her ex-boyfriend Vusi Ngubane scammed her and wants her money back.
After posting a series of explosive posts, Zodwa trended as social media users weighed in on her drama. Even some Mzansi celebrities couldn't help but chip in their two cents on the matter.
Ntsiki Mazwai weighed in on the issue. She expressed compassion for Zodwa and said that she wished she could be her friend.
Taking to Twitter, Mawai said:
"Sometimes I wish I was your friend. So I could hug you, listen to you and go buck wild alongside with you emapatini. I see you have been TOO hurt. I see me in you when you lash out. Sometimes I just wish we were friends... Even though you swear at me too. I love you Zodwa wethu."
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