- Ntsiki Mazwai has shared why she never bashes black men who cut off their hair
- The opinionated star expressed that African men need their own "Ntsiki Mazwai" to bash them and address their issues
- Ntsiki later took to Twitter and shaded the same black men for for their chiskop haircuts
Ntsiki Mazwai has revealed why she never bashes black men who cut off their natural hair. The singer and poet has become notorious on social media for shading celebs who wear weaves. She doesn't mince her words when it comes to her hate for black women who wear weaves.
A tweep recently asked Ntsiki why she never calls out black men who shave off their hair as white men barely go bald. @simply athi wrote to Ntsiki:
"White men hardly ever go bald. Why do black men hate their hair so much? Why do they cut it off? @ntsikimazwai I've never heard you attack us about shaving off our hair the same way you criticise black women for putting a weave on."
The star suggested that black men need their own "Ntsiki Mazwai" to address their issues. The opinionated Ntsiki responded:
"Men need their own Ntsiki Mazwai to address their issues."
A day later, She took to Twitter to shade black men who shave off their natural hair. Ntsiki wrote:
"Chiskop is the black man's weave..."
Her flans flooded her comment section with mixed reactions to her post. Check out some of the comments below:
"True. the white men told them to cut their hair because it looked dirty and unprofessional and black men said 'Yes master' and never looked back."
"True, if not they should let their hair grow... akere they not self-hating, they love and embrace themselves. Let's see that Afro then..."
"We not being loved here for no reason. Comparing our beloved chiskop to weaves?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dladla Mshunqisi has opened up about his financial troubles amid the ongoing lockdown in Mzansi. The star is one of the artists who recently shut down the N3 freeway in Durban during their #VulaPresident protest over some of the lockdown regulations.
The star trended online during the protest after videos of him running away from the cops were circulated on different social media platforms. The Cothoza hitmaker has revealed that he could lose everything due to the Mzansi lockdown.
The Gqom artist has shared that he could lose his house, car and other valuables if the government does not relax some regulations so that artists can go back to work. The musician said some of the events he had already been booked for had to be postponed when the government imposed the lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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