Ntsiki Mazwai throws shade at Bonang's new blonde hair-do

Ntsiki Mazwai throws shade at Bonang's new blonde hair-do

- Ntsiki Mazwai has taken to social media to aim some shots at Bonang Matheba's new blonde wig

- The controversial poet has voiced her displeasure at the fact that people are praising the fake hair

- This comes after Clicks recently came under fire for portraying ethnic hair as "dry and damaged"

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Bonang recently debuted gorgeous blonde hair but not everyone was loving her new look. Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to take a not-so-subtle jab at the media mogul's gold locks.

Ntsiki Mazwai has always been an anti-weave and anti-wig girl. The poet made it clear that she did not approve of Bonang's hair, especially with the recent uproar after the retail store Clicks criticised ethnic hair.

Mazwai took to Twitter and posted:

"Lol same people crying Clicks must fall YESTERDAY are TODAY hailing a blonde weave. I'm off Twitter today. You guys are a joke."
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Ntsiki Mazwai throws shade at Bonang's new blonde hair-do

Ntsiki Mazwai was unimpressed by Bonang's new hairstyle. Image: @miss_ntsiki_mazwai/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Social media users weighed in on her comments. Twitter user MosDef1231 said:

"Confused bunch."

Magenge said:

"Big joke... and their EFF."

TheREalOT031 said:

"No lies detected."

Meanwhile Bonang looked gorgeous as usual with her new hair. Sis always gets it right.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that an advert published by Clicks has gotten South Africans all worked up. The advert promoted a hair product which called African hair dry and damaged and referred to white people's hair as 'normal'. Clicks have apologised for the advert but South Africans are still up in arms and a hashtag has been trending on social media.

The hashtag is demanding that #ClicksMustFall. The EFF has added its voice to the rising tide of criticism against Clicks.

The Economic Freedom Fighters have announced the arrival of leader Julius Malema at the Mall of the North on Monday morning. The weekend saw the battle between the political party and Clicks over an offensive advert dubbing African hair as 'dry and damaged' escalating to new levels.

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The party had issued a list of demands and given the company 24 hours take action but the EFF was not impressed by the 'condescending' response.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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