- Ntsiki Mazwai has spoken out against wigs and weaves on black women yet again
- The controversial media personality accused black women of being ashamed of their natural hair
- She said that many of these women wear wigs because it makes them feel more confident and prettier
Ntsiki Mazwai is bashing black women again. The poet has no love for weaves and wigs and is always making her opinion about it known.
In the latest outburst, the social media personality said that black women used fake hair to feel prettier.
“Why are black women finding it so hard to admit that they lack confidence in their own hair.... And wigs make them feel prettier?”
Her tweet got mixed responses from social media users. While some agreed with her, others called her out on policing black women’s hair.
Twitter user Ms_k_e_k_e said:
“Well personally I'm just lazy my hair takes me way long to do, so when I have my 6:30 shift guess? I put on the wig. I personally believe black women should do what they want, shaved head, afro wig, real afro or Brazilian wig, it's our choice. @ntsikimazwai much love and respect”
“Bathi they’re protecting their hair. From what, I don’t know. I guess they’re protecting it from being seen.”
“It takes monumental honesty for one to admit that - I still need to work on myself. I can’t believe that abantu balwela ama-rights okuba abelungu...”
“I'm no wig kapa ke weave owner, but this hair issue ya tena. People got choices as to how they want to wear their hair hle... This is exhausting.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has decided that politics might just be her thing. Sis feels what the EFF carried out as a result of the Clicks hair saga is something she has been setting up for years.
A change of career might just be in the cards.
Everyone knows that Ntsiki is one celeb who is not afraid to voice her concerns and opinions. Ntsiki is constantly making headlines for questionable reasons.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki is all for the chaos that the EFF caused over the Clicks and TRESemme hair drama. Ntsiki felt they were well within in their right and that action of this nature should have been taken a long time ago.
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 since apologised for the advert.
Taking to social media to express her views, Ntsiki explained how watching the EFF take action made her rethink her career choice. Ntsiki is now strongly considering moving into politics.
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