- Ntiski Mazwai posted a tweet this morning that mentioned how attractive she found Nasty C's humility
- The tone of the tweet was debated by commenters on the post, with a division coming in about whether Ntsiki was serious or not
- Most of the banter was lighthearted, with some tweeps jokingly shooting their shot and saying they too were humble
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Ntsiki Mazwai had tweeps all aflutter when she posted an apparent comment about Nasty C this morning. She mentioned how the rapper's humility was "so attractive".
The rapper, Nasty C, is on the cusp of a huge career moment as his documentary, Zulu Man in Japan, is set to be released on Netflix. One could argue that the artist has a lot to be arrogant about, which is what warranted the comment from Ntsiki in the first place.
As is always the case with the internet, debates were flying around about what the true meaning behind the tweet was, as well as what could have sparked it. Due to not (and perhaps never) having all the details, followers were keen to add their opinions.
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Some thought she was shooting her shot, whereas others agreed that humility was attractive no matter who was being humble.
Most of the banter was playful and lighthearted, with some even joking that Ntsiki should give them a chance to prove their humility to her:
@QamaniV: "MaMiya sebona uBen10"
@JustStar_:"You shooting your shots"
@Mkenemy496: "I'm also humble Sis"
Whether she was joking, being sarcastic, shooting her shot or just making a point, we're not sure. What we do know for certain is that Ntsiki is been an advocate for social justice and positive change. She has always been outspoken and raises her voice to speak for those whose voices are not listened to.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Ntsiki as the poet and writer turned 40. Words and their resonance are clearly a talent that Ntsiki possesses but not her only one as evidence by her 2001 venture. Ntsiki started with her beadwork that year. Her beadwork range is called the House of Mobu, a Sesotho term for soil.
The celeb also descends from wordsmiths as her parents were both writers. She also has two sisters, Thandiwe and Nomsa.
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