- Ntsiki Mazwai was tempted to call the police on Christians worshipping at a church opposite her house in Soweto
- She posted her reaction to the Christians breaking curfew on Twitter, then posted again reacting to her own reaction
- South Africans shared their reactions to similar experiences they had had in the past
Controversial poet and political commentator Ntsiki Mazwai has returned to Soweto after spending some time in the rural countryside.
Sowetans love to worship God and are known for the passion for religion, which was what got Mazwai all hot and bothered.
She posted online that across the road from her, a church had been holding service late into the night, breaking curfew.
In her post, she reveals that she almost called the police on the Chrisitans.
She even posted how unlike her, her reaction was.
Here are some reactions to her post:
"Clearly you do not live next to a mosque Mosque, those speakers blast."
"Reporting these to the relevant parties doesn't yield any positives for the one reporting... The officials don't do anything about it."
"I can help her and call the police. Church people think they have the right to do stuffs as they want because God is involved."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Sjava and Lady Zamar have been trending on social media after it was revealed that the rape case against him was dismissed in court. Since then, social media users have weighed in on the situation and #LadyZamarMustFall trended online.
The hashtag involved heated debate as some accused the singer of being a scorned ex while others defended her.
Twitter user Wes_Nyakzin_ said:
"#ladyzamarmustfall The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. So we still don't know what happened. This hashtag is not warranted."
In other news, Ntsiki Mazwai has shared her thoughts about the dismissal of the rape case against Sjava. The opinionated poet was not pleased by the fact that Sjava is now off the hook.
Taking to Twitter, Ntsiki posted a series of tweets where she bashed the justice system for failing victims. She made it clear that she did not believe that Sjava was innocent and was only allowed to walk due to lack of evidence.
"The South African justice system works in favour of rapists..."
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