- Ntsiki Mazwai surprised fans when she revealed that she had packed up and moved to the farm
- Ntsiki feels that this move is the right decision for her and that she had bid the city girl goodbye
- Ntsiki did not say where she was moving to other than that she was moving away from the city and to a more rural location
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Ntsiki Mazwai has decided to leave the hustle and bustle of the city life behind for a more grounded one on the farm. Reconnecting with her roots means more to Ntsiki than making money.
We live in stressful times that demand a lot from us as people. Living in the city is not easy and has left a lot of people craving for a simpler life in the rural areas, but unfortunately, money still needs to be made and the city is where it is at.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntsiki felt it would be better if she moved back to the farm, and that is exactly what she did. A little grounding was needed.
Ntsiki is one celeb who does not mind speaking her mind, and she has been doing it for the longest time. Having been a part of the Mzansi entertainment game for over 20 years now, Ntsiki has made many headlines for many questionable reasons.
Taking to social media, Ntsiki revealed that she has packed up her life and is heading out to quieter settings. Ntsiki did not say where exactly she has moved to, only that she has decided to be a farm girl and feels it’s the right decision.
“I don't have the words to extend the deepest gratitude to @OscarMagud and L & M removals for moving me from one stage of my life to the next.... From uptown girl to farm girl STILL I RISE..... My faves I am safe, I am happy about my decision. Thokozani.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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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